American Integrated Security Group Acquires Raving Fan Technologies

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October 31, 2016

aisg-rft-img-1-0American Integrated Security Group (AISG), North America’s fastest growing full service security systems integrator headquartered in College Point, NY, announces the successful acquisition of Raving Fan Technologies of Tyler, TX. AISG grows the national security company with second Texas location.

Raving Fan Technologies (RFT) was founded in 2009 and after seven years, Owners and President, Connie Jo Coker and Vice President, Steve Gause, grew the company through four company acquisitions, adding a host of services and clients. RFT is an experienced cabling and fiber optics installation service company, providing comprehensive systems for data, voice, video, and cabling to more than 145 customers in healthcare, government, education, financial, and retail markets. Coker, Gause, and RFT employees will join the AISG team. The terms of the deal between the two companies were not disclosed.

“Raving Fan Technologies is a well-respected company,” said AISG President, Levy Acs. “Like AISG, RFT has a great tradition of providing excellent service to its customers. Through smart acquisitions, the company has grown and expanded its service offerings with the latest in network electronic technology.”

“Finding the right company to trust with our customers was paramount,” said RFT President, Connie Jo Coker. “We feel American Integrated Security Group is well positioned to make the transition as seamless as possible for our customers. AISG is a great business with an outstanding reputation and similar mindset for quality and support.”

The RTF Tyler office will operate alongside AISG’s Dallas office in Texas. Other AISG locations include New York, Florida, California, and Ohio. “This acquisition is a perfect fit for AISG as it helps us increase our reputation as the premier full service security provider in Texas. We are very excited to expand our footprint in Texas and look forward to growing with the superb team that is already in place,” Acs said.