We are honored to announce that 3Sixty Integrated has been selected in the top 30 for the 2021 Top Systems Integrators by SDM Magazine. The publication’s Top Systems Integrators Report ranks security integrator companies by their North American systems integration revenue, which includes solutions such as design, project management, installation, programming, training, and time-and-materials-based service sold directly to an end-user customer or through a tier of contractors.
This year we are ranked 29th out of the top 100 companies, climbing four spots from 2020, seven from 2019, and over 20 spots from 2018. Not only are we moving up the ranks nationally, but we have also made significant strides in our local Texas market. This report recognizes 3Sixty Integrated as the third top integrator headquartered in the state of Texas.
The level of growth our company has had throughout the last couple years has been outstanding considering the circumstances. One thing is for sure, we are grateful for our team. The ability to collaborate with our clients has also been extremely rewarding. – Will Duke, CEO
Security integrators ranked on SDM’s 2021 Top Systems Integrators Report described last year’s marketplace for integrated security systems as sporadic and challenging. The pandemic dramatically affected demand as companies were forced into short-term solutions to mitigate the outbreak. Customers were doing what they ‘had to’ and not necessarily spending on upgrades and other ‘should do’ projects. With such a unique year, the nation’s largest integrators saw a dip in systems integration revenue, down 12 percent from the previous year.
Despite the market conditions, 3Sixty Integrated was able to keep moving forward by implementing new strategies and pivoting our services to best meet the new demands of each organization. SDM noted a security integrators performance was closely tied to two main factors: the diversity in vertical market base and the types of technology and services offered.
Moving forward, the electronic security landscape is expected to fundamentally change as the economy resets and integrators refocus efforts to providing services and new ways that bring value to clients. New technologies, such as touchless access control, thermal screening, artificial intelligence, contact tracing and cloud solutions, will open new opportunities to the security integration business.