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Contracts

Read: Vivint Aims to Drastically Reduce Creation Costs With New Flex Pay Model

Vivint Aims to Drastically Reduce Creation Costs With New Flex Pay Model

Vivint is funded through 2017, and if its new payment model is successful the company says it won’t need to raise any more debt for growth for the foreseeable future.

Read: How Maintenance & Service Maintains Profitability

How Maintenance & Service Maintains Profitability

Maintenance and service (M&S) business is a vital element in building security dealer or integrator company value and profitability. Learn out how to promote and structure M&S in most if not all contracts.

Read: Rand Corp. Lands Massive $495M Deal With Homeland Security

Rand Corp. Lands Massive $495M Deal With Homeland Security

Homeland Security contract is one of the largest in Rand Corps. 70-year history.

Read: Philadelphia School District Could Pay Up to $3.6M to Security Company for Racial Discrimination

Philadelphia School District Could Pay Up to $3.6M to Security Company for Racial Discrimination

The company, owned by two white men, was awarded $2.3 million in a court decision back in June after it was found the superintendent gave a surveillance camera contract to a minority-owned company instead even though it had not bid on the project.

Read: Should Alarm Dealers Indemnify Their Suppliers?

Should Alarm Dealers Indemnify Their Suppliers?

When and how are indemnity contracts applied in the alarm industry?

Read: Don’t Resort to Tricks, Gimmicky Marketing Campaigns to Earn New Alarm Contracts

Don’t Resort to Tricks, Gimmicky Marketing Campaigns to Earn New Alarm Contracts

Some companies will try to market a security system on the basis of having “no contract.” But is this true?

Read: Legal Briefing: As Technology Becomes More Complex, Expect Alarm Contract Forms to Be Complex

Legal Briefing: As Technology Becomes More Complex, Expect Alarm Contract Forms to Be Complex

Continuing to use outdated contract forms is almost as bad as continuing to sell and install obsolete alarm systems.

Read: Command Security Stock Soars to 5-month High After U. S. Postal Service Contract Is Reaffirmed

Command Security Stock Soars to 5-month High After U. S. Postal Service Contract Is Reaffirmed

The company’s stock price is up almost 24% after announcing in a SEC filing it received confirmation it won a U. S. Postal Service contract worth $250 million over 10 years.

Read: Forensic Tip of the Month: Cover Yourself for Each Service Offered

Forensic Tip of the Month: Cover Yourself for Each Service Offered

SSI contributor Jeff Zwire shares why integrators should never use burglar alarm contracts for CCTV surveillance systems.

Read: Signing Better Contracts: How Contract Lifecycle Management Strengthens Businesses

Signing Better Contracts: How Contract Lifecycle Management Strengthens Businesses

How can your security systems integration company use contracts to tell if your sales team is excelling or putting the company at risk? Exari President of the Americas Terence Lee explains.

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