Columbia-based startup Electric Guard Dog, a provider of electric security fence, has reached a new milestone in financial growth by achieving $3 million in recurring monthly revenue (RMR).
The privately held firm, which recently moved into the Center for Applied Innovation in the University of South Carolina’s Innovista district, said in a press release that the achievement reflects the company's dual efforts to expand as both a security dealer and an integrator.
Accordingly, Electric Guard Dog was named for the sixth year in a row to Security Dealer & Integrator's "Fast 50" of security integrators, the release said.
“We've experienced tremendous growth in our business thanks to new markets opening up,” Electric Guard Dog CFO Nathan Leaphart said in a statement. “Warehouses and distribution centers, truck sales and leasing, as well as correctional facilities are all discovering that we can meet their need for 24/7 perimeter security."
Electric Guard Dog is a security partner for over 3,600 commercial and industrial locations across the United States.
The SD&I Fast50 is in its sixth year of ranking of America's Fastest Growing Systems Integrators. The Fast 50 is sponsored by Security Dealer & Integrator (SD&I) a monthly trade journal published by Cygnus Business Media.