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Singing Praises for LOUD Security Systems

June 27, 2011

   LOUD Security Systems attributes its success over the last 15 years to careful evaluation of economic factors, strategic business planning and an ability to anticipate and respond to changes in technology and the market. In 1995, John Loud started the company in his basement with two trucks, one employee and no advertising. This company has grown to 26 employees and nearly 5,000 customers today, with ever-expanding possibilities on the horizon. Customer care, communication and connection are the main focuses of LOUD Security in order to provide customers with peace of mind and the best home safety. Many programs have been implemented to offset the effects of a hurting economy, to reduce the costs for the company rather than increase the prices for customers, with the same net effect. Not only does Loud Security offer full coverage of security systems, the company’s services include intercom, Central Vacuum and Personal Emergency Response systems. Covering a wide variety of needs and the acquisition of struggling security providers has allowed LOUD Security Systems to grow despite the economic slowdown, and is positioned to maximize opportunities during the coming economic recovery as one of the Cobb Chamber’s Top 25 Small Businesses of the Year.

Business Snapshot
President:
John Loud
Industry: Security System Services
Company Description: Low voltage contractor focusing on the installation, maintenance and monitoring of residential and commercial security systems
Number of Employees: 25 full- and part-time
Percentage of growth from 2010: 25.1%
Location: Kennesaw
Contact Info: www.loudsecurity.com

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