MTG Acquires King Rogers Group (KRG)

Mar 22, 2016


Augments Deployment "Horsepower" with Consulting Expertise

Master Technology Group (MTG) has acquired King Rogers Group (KRG) – a highly regarded security management consulting firm, founded by King Rogers.

Master Technology Group is a structured cabling, AV systems, and life safety and security contractor. The company provides design, planning, and installation of security and loss prevention technology. With a staff of 135, and a network of over 1400 Local Service Providers, MTG has the “horsepower” to handle complex technology installations for companies with multiple locations across North America.

With the addition of KRG, MTG is uniquely qualified to help clients plan, develop, and deploy standardized security and loss prevention solutions across their national footprints. Consulting services will include:

  • Risk and vulnerability audits and assessments
  • Security organization assessment and design
  • Security and loss prevention training
  • Video system design services

KingHi.jpgKRG founder, King Rogers brings extensive loss prevention and security expertise to the MTG team. King has held executive positions for numerous retail companies, including eighteen years as Vice President of Assets Protection for Target Corporation. He has earned the respect of his colleagues throughout the loss prevention community, and in 2007 was inducted into the National Retail Federation’s Loss Prevention Ring of Excellence.

King has received recognition from the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the International Cargo Security Council. His expertise was called upon by Michigan State University for the development of the Criminal Justice Masters Program.

“The addition of King Rogers Group will help our clients identify the smartest, most efficient way to protect their assets and keep their people safe,” says MTG president, Ryan Blundell. “Our goal is to provide strategic solutions, timely budgeting, and cost-effective deployment, all in one."

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