For the seventh year in a row, Electric Guard is named in the top 30 of the SDM 100 and climbed all the way to 16th this year! The SDM 100 report ranks security providers based on recurring monthly revenue (RMR), and Electric Guard Dog hits milestone after milestone with more than $3.7 million in RMR this past year.
This announcement comes just two years after Electric Guard Dog was named SDM’s Dealer of the Year for 2016. At the time, SDM cited EGD’s unique business model, year-over-year double digit growth, and plans to expand and grow as reasons for the honor—reasons that have most certainly resulted in the continual climb among the SDM 100.
“It’s exciting to see such amazing growth happen so quickly. We’ve been working hard internally, with teams developing additional layers of security as well as increasing our security-as-a-service awareness to protect customers’ property," said Mark Wesley, CEO of Electric Guard Dog. “When we learned of our place in the 2019 SDM 100, it makes you realize just how great an impact that commitment to using technological advancements to better serve customers is making on growth within the company and the industry as a whole.”
About Electric Guard Dog
Headquartered in Columbia, South Carolina, Electric Guard Dog, the #1 Theft Deterrent Service™ in the U.S., is the market leader in electric security fences and perimeter security in the country. As a security partner for more than 4,000 commercial and industrial locations across the U.S., the Company protects businesses from theft and provides a safer work environment for employees while reducing total security costs. For additional company information, visit https://www.electricguarddog.com/about-us.
About the SDM 100 Report
Since 1991, the SDM 100 Report has been ranking U.S. companies, based on RMR, that earn their revenues from the sale, installation, service and monitoring of electronic security systems—such as intrusion and fire alarm, access control, video surveillance, and related low-voltage systems. The goal is to measure consumer dollars gained by alarm companies, in order to present an account of the size of the market served by the 100 largest security providers.