More by Kevin Lehan
Kevin Lehan · August 24, 2015 ·
Monitoring Matters columnist Kevin Lehan discusses the impact of NFPA 72 code revisions on authorities having jurisdiction (AHJs) and central stations.
Kevin Lehan · May 04, 2015 ·
With more burglars hacking and jamming alarm systems, security dealers need to address this threat to ensure that the central station receives signals from wireless systems.
Kevin Lehan · February 23, 2015 ·
Daily history reports can help security integrators catch what they may have missed.
Kevin Lehan · November 17, 2014 ·
Learn how central stations can aid in implementing best practices to standardize installations and maximize overall account value.
Kevin Lehan · September 18, 2014 ·
Implementing video verification can help a security dealer increase subscriber base value because the technology usually delivers faster police response.
Kevin Lehan · August 28, 2014 ·
Think about how existing clients can create new RMR.
Kevin Lehan · October 31, 2013 ·
Why it is vital to educate the homeowner about contract terms.
Kevin Lehan · July 31, 2013 ·
A trifecta of recurring revenue opportunities.
Kevin Lehan · April 30, 2013 ·
Have your central station provide automatic system status reports to AHJs.
Kevin Lehan · January 31, 2013 ·
Steps you can take to prepare for the 2G sunset.
Kevin Lehan · November 01, 2012 ·
Underscoring the benefits of video intrusion alarms.
Kevin Lehan · July 31, 2012 ·
Explaining the importance of errors and omission insurance.
Kevin Lehan · May 15, 2012 ·
Adding A/V systems to your portfolio can help fend off new competitors.
Kevin Lehan · February 14, 2012 ·
Marketing communication with your alarm system customers should not only happen during the presale stage, but throughout your professional relationship. Continuous communication with your customers will help lengthen your affiliation and often result in additional sales opportunities after customers…
Kevin Lehan · November 10, 2011 ·
Like many disagreements, the rift between the alarm industry and Illinois municipalities that entered into the alarm-monitoring business was a result of a lack of communication.