As the report in Part II demonstrates, the security guard industry includes thousands of small and mid-sized firms. Many grow to a plateau and stay there. The owners/operators are usually too busy to plan adequately for growth. Therefore, entities with resources and promises stay where they are despite their desire for growth.
Keith Oringer, a seasoned industry executive has opened a consultancy to help these firms in a number of ways. One way is aiding firms to plan for growth and achieve it. Additionally, Oringer’s company, Security ProAdvisors will provide organizations with valuations or structuring for sales of the business or acquisitions.
Oringer is well prepared for these endeavors. Most recently, he was president of a major business unit of US Security Associates growing it substantially during his management and grossing $100M. For almost the past quarter of the century, he has been involved in the security guard industry in management, sales, operations, and acquisitions. Oringer holds a CPA and MBA. Prior to entering the security industry, he spent time at KPMG, Merrill Lynch, and W.R. Grace & Co.
*Excerpt taken from Security Letter (September, 2015 New York, NY, Vol. XLV, No. 9)