Security company relocating from Hudson to St. Paul, plans 255 jobs within 3 years

Alula, a growing maker of “smart” security systems, is relocating its national headquarters from Hudson, Wis. to St. Paul.

The company will be leasing 68,000 square feet of space at Minnesota 280 and Energy Park Drive.

Alula will bring 120 employees to the CSM Corporation’s Midway Innovation Center, previously home to the cyber security company McAfee, which vacated the space at 2340 Energy Park Drive last May.

Alula, a maker of residential and commercial video-linked security systems, expects to add another 135 jobs within the next three years.

Alula CEO Brian McLaughlin said in a statement that the move will allow Alula to expand operations and access a talented workforce. “We looked forward to growing here,” he said.

Alula was rebranded last March following a merger of IP Datatel and Resolution Products. The company maintains a smaller office in Houston, Texas.


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