ADT produces and distributes electronic security, fire protection and alarm monitoring systems for the residential and commercial sectors.
ADT is headquartered in Raton, Florida. Jim DeVries is president and CEO of ADT. The last round of ADT financing was a corporate round of $450 million held in August 2020. ADT has acquired 16 companies, the latest of which is Alliant Integrators, Inc. for the undisclosed amount in February 2020. As of August 2019, ADT has 6.6K fans on Facebook and 48.8K followers on Twitter.
ADT’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding, Acquisitions & News
Adt top competitors include: Vivint, Tyco, Hikvision, Axis, STANLEY Security, SimpliSafe, Avigilon, Pelco , Monitronics, Dahua Technology, Genetec, Vivotek, March Networks, Salient, QuEST, Panasonic and Exacq.
Together they have raised over 1.7B between their estimated 405.0K employees. ADT has 19,000 employees and is ranked 4th among it’s top 10 competitors. The top 10 competitors average 23,557.
Vivint was one of the main competitors of ADT. Vivint is headquartered in Provo, Utah, and was founded in 1999. Like ADT, Vivint also competes in home security. Vivint generates 23% of ADT revenue.
Tyco is one of the main competitors of ADT. Tyco is a private company, which was founded in Cork, Cork County, in 1960. Tyco works in the field of process equipment. Tyco has 38,000 more employees than the ADT.
Hikvision is perceived as one of the biggest competitors of ADT. Hikvision was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Hangzhou, Beijing municipality. Hikvision operates in the consumer electronics industry. Hikvision’s revenue is $2.4B higher than that of ADT.