FISHERS, Ind.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Exacq Technologies, Inc., a leading manufacturer of video management system (VMS) software and server hardware used for video surveillance, has landed on the Inc. 5000 list for the third consecutive year. Revenue for 2011 was listed as $32.3 million with a three-year growth of 412%. The company also added a European office and is in the process of expanding their Fishers, Indiana offices for the third time since moving into the facility in 2009.
Exacq ranks number 826 overall on the Inc. 5000 list and is the ninth highest ranking company in the state of Indiana. While listed as number twelve on the official roll of security companies, exacq is the single highest ranked manufacturer of physical security products on the entire list. Exacq debuted in the prestigious Inc. 5000 list in 2010 at number 173 with posted revenue of $9.7 million. It was followed up with a ranking of 401 the following year with posted revenue of $19.2 million. The Indianapolis metro area company added 45 jobs since its initial Inc. 5000 listing in 2010. Today, the company employs over 110 people, mostly based at the corporate headquarters.
While the company is already recognized as a leader in the US market, it is also experiencing significant international growth with employees and company representatives located in key global locations worldwide. Exacq has a dealer/integrator base of 1500 companies and has high level relationships with key distribution partners such as Anixter, ADI, ScanSource, Ingram Micro, CSC and AccuTech. In order to meet demand for the company’s video surveillance software and hardware products in the international security market, Exacq has added a European office and continues to expand its corporate headquarters. Based in Stevenage, England (in the London metropolitan area), Exacq Technologies Europe, Ltd. officially opened earlier in September.
The company offices at 11955 Exit Five Parkway in Fishers, Indiana is currently in the process of adding a fourth build-out phase to their company headquarters. Exacq moved into the facility in 2009. After two additional expansions Exacq occupied 29,000 square feet. The current expansion progress underway adds an additional 20,000 square feet with the option to add another 12,000.
“Exacq is an innovator and has quickly become an industry leader in the video surveillance industry,” notes Dave Underwood, president of Exacq Technologies. “In 2006 we introduced a hybrid video surveillance server. It allowed end users of surveillance systems to connect their existing analog cameras to the server while being able to seamlessly add the latest IP cameras as well. In many cases, IP cameras offer high definition and a greater deal of control than standard definition analog cameras. With the rapid rise in sales of IP cameras in our industry, our exacqVision hybrid server turned out to be the perfect migration path for security professionals. Today we’ve introduced a complete video management system software solution that runs directly on certain IP cameras.”
Based in Indianapolis, Exacq Technologies (www.exacq.com) was created by a group of digital video pioneers integral in the creation of industry-leading video capture boards and the first market-leading surveillance digital video recorder. The cross-platform, open architecture exacqVision video management system software, hybrid NVR servers and IP Camera servers are available throughout the world via Certified Resellers and Distributors.