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ADT honored by Frost & Sullivan

Aug. 24, 2009 at 1:03 PM

SINGAPORE, Aug. 24 (UPI) -- U.S. company ADT Security has been honored as the Physical Security Company of the Year by strategic growth partnership firm Frost & Sullivan.

ADT was selected to receive the Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific Industrial Technologies Award for Physical Security Company of the Year for 2009.

The award, now in its fourth year, is part of an effort by Frost & Sullivan to recognize companies excelling in the Asia Pacific region. Officials say ADT, a developer of electronic security solutions for the government and commercial markets, received the award for its work at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in India and other projects.

"ADT's expertise and capabilities to integrate the different elements of the security systems for its clients enables them to optimize resources at their end," Sanjay Singh, Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific vice president of industrial technologies, said in a statement.

"Its single-minded focus on customers with a dedicated and focused team with greater reach, new products, and an improved technical and delivery competency is enabling ADT to grow their business in the Asia Pacific region.

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