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January 4, 1993 | ANNE MICHAUD
This is a David-and-Goliath story about a company that just won a contract over four competitors, each about 100 times its size. "When we finally got the call, we did high-fives around the office," said Ken Jacobs, president of JMG Security Systems in Fountain Valley. His $1.2-million-a-year, 11-person company will be installing the alarms and cameras and other surveillance equipment at Anaheim Arena. Brad Mayne, general manager of the arena, said the job is worth around $100,000.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 15, 2000 | Torus Tammer, (714) 965-7172, Ext. 15
The City Council approved a contract with JMG Security Systems for a fire-alarm monitoring system at the new city corporation yard at a cost of $50 a day.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 15, 2000 | Torus Tammer, (714) 965-7172, Ext. 15
The City Council approved a contract with JMG Security Systems for a fire-alarm monitoring system at the new city corporation yard at a cost of $50 a day.
BUSINESS
January 4, 1993 | ANNE MICHAUD
This is a David-and-Goliath story about a company that just won a contract over four competitors, each about 100 times its size. "When we finally got the call, we did high-fives around the office," said Ken Jacobs, president of JMG Security Systems in Fountain Valley. His $1.2-million-a-year, 11-person company will be installing the alarms and cameras and other surveillance equipment at Anaheim Arena. Brad Mayne, general manager of the arena, said the job is worth around $100,000.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 2, 1993 | DEBRA CANO
A Fountain Valley security systems company has donated $2,560 to the city's Police Department to buy computer software and hardware to expedite investigations. Police Capt. Bill De Nisi said the department's detective bureau now tracks cases manually. "This is step one of the computerization of the detective bureau," De Nisi said. "This is going to get us into the 21st Century." Chief Elvin G.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 4, 2000
* Mercury Software Solutions in Ventura has named Earl Whitaker its sales manager. Mercury is a certified provider of Solomon Software, an accounting program. * Jim Matlock has joined JMG Security Systems in Fountain Valley as senior sales agent, with marketing responsibility in Ventura County and northern Los Angeles County. He has more than 20 years experience selling security systems. Most recently, Matlock was business development manager with Security Technology Group.
BUSINESS
December 1, 1999
Robert O. Riiska has been named chief financial officer and vice president of finance at AlphaServ.com, a Santa Ana-based provider of multi-vendor and professional services to the information technology industry. Riiska was with Morris Anderson & Associates, where he held several positions, including regional partner, consulting manager and senior consultant. * Gil Ledesma has been selected as the first sales manager for JMG Security Systems in Fountain Valley.
BUSINESS
February 13, 2001
* Andrew H. Parnes and Clay A. Halvorsen have been named senior vice presidents at Standard Pacific Corp. in Irvine. Parnes is senior vice president-finance, treasurer and chief financial officer. Parnes joined the company in 1989 and was appointed vice president-finance in 1997. He was promoted to chief financial officer in 1996 and has been the company's treasurer since 1991.
BUSINESS
April 9, 2000
John Kao has been named president and chief executive of Santa Ana-based PacifiCare Health Systems Inc.'s Specialty Services unit and new E-commerce company, PacifiCare Ventures. Kao succeeds the interim head of Specialty Services, Jeff Folick, who retired. Kao had been chief financial officer of PacifiCare's Secure Horizons USA unit. * Marwan Zreik has been named vice president, research and development and quality control, at Naturade Inc. in Irvine.
BOOKS
November 17, 1996
* James A. Sorensen has been appointed chief financial officer and vice president of finance for Alpha Microsystems in Santa Ana. He succeeds Michael J. Lowell, who recently announced his resignation. Sorensen spent the last year as a strategic planning consultant for emerging growth companies. Before that, he was chief financial officer for Interfilm Inc., an interactive entertainment company, and chief financial officer for Showscan Corp., a simulation and entertainment software company.
BUSINESS
December 20, 1998
* Barry A. Chase has been appointed executive vice president of the Western division of Koll Development Co. in Newport Beach. Before joining Koll, Chase held several executive-level positions at Cushman Realty Corp. in Los Angeles, including president and director of Cushman Investment and Development Corp., senior vice president and general counsel of Cushman Realty and president of Cushman Equities Corp. He also was executive vice president and general counsel of Sunrise Investments Inc.
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