HUMBLE beginnings to Extraordinary success

Action Data Communication Ltd. is one of Canada’s leading technology contracting companies with expertise in all aspects of electrical, voice, data, communications and audio visual systems integration.

Established in 1980, following Action Electric Ltd. (established in 1973), Action Data emerged as a leader in the design, deployment, optimization, management, and maintenance, of communication and digital networks. We have a long history of meeting, and exceeding our customers’ expectations. We attribute this to our dedication to detail in each project we complete. We have worked with some of the largest organizations BC to design build the networks that sustain hundreds and thousands of people, devices, and resources across multiple locations.

Action, in conjunction with the Paladin Security Group, delivers technology contracting under four verticals; Network Infrastructure, Wireless services, Electrical Services and Integrated Security Systems. This unique business model provides a highly technical and well-diversified installation force, enabling us to handle larger and more complex projects. Much of the labour force is cross-trained under multiple disciplines, enabling labour to flow between projects to areas most needed at any time.

Action Data Communication and Action Electric were acquired, in late 2015, by Paladin Security adding more holistic solutions in data cabling, wireless, audio visual, unified communications and electrical solutions to help compliment their already extensive list of professional services.

Established in 1976, Paladin has grown to become Canada’s leading, full service security company. We protect more institutions (primarily college campuses, hospitals and government facilities) than any other security provider. Over the years, with the help of a dynamic and committed management team and a dedicated and motivated security force, Paladin has grown from its original four employees to an impressive team of over 8,500+ staff across Canada, including 4 national monitoring stations.