ADS Security Expands Its Presence In Chattanooga With Acquisition Of CrimeWatch Security

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

ADS Security (ADS), announced Tuesday it has acquired the customer accounts of CrimeWatch Security in Chattanooga. This purchase increases ADS' existing footprint in Chattanooga, a market it has served since 1997, and furthers its pursuit of regional expansion.

“ADS continues to expand our market share across the southeast by looking for companies with a tradition of outstanding service to their customers,” said ADS President and CEO John Cerasuolo. “CrimeWatch Security has built a strong business through superior customer service and we are excited to have the opportunity to further expand our customer base throughout Chattanooga, North Georgia and East Tennessee.”

CrimeWatch customers will now have access to ADS’ customer service, advanced suite of security technologies, CSAA Five Diamond monitoring center and a customer portal with online bill pay.

ADS will service the acquired CrimeWatch customer accounts from its Hixson office at 5819 Winding Lane. Currently, these customers are being notified and welcomed to ADS.


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