Signal Point Systems Revenue and Competitors

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Atlanta, GA USA



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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • Signal Point Systems's estimated annual revenue is currently $34M per year.(i)
  • Signal Point Systems's estimated revenue per employee is $350,000

Employee Data

  • Signal Point Systems has 97 Employees.(i)
  • Signal Point Systems grew their employee count by 0% last year.
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SPS is a turnkey solutions provider including site acquisition, construction, installation, maintenance and a leader in small cell & wireless projects. We have been providing full turnkey services in more than 21 states to the wireless industry for over 25 years. We are comprised of 240 professionals, with over 190 trucks in the field maintaining over 12,000 generators, back up power systems and HVAC at over 25,000 Small cell sites. We have worked with every leader in the telecommunication industry providing not only construction experience but success in non-typical site challenges. SPS also provides a 24/7/365 customer dispatch and manage our business with the latest handheld work order management technology.



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