ADT has accused Vision Security, based in Orem, Utah, of training its salespeople to lie in order to make sales.
SSI Staff · June 03, 2014
A recent stock analysis report reveals security giant ADT is unaffected by DIY and cable entries, and ADT Pulse home automation has a high adoption rate of 64% among new clients. The report also offers other detailed metrics on ADT Pulse sales.
Jason Knott · May 28, 2014
To combat deceptive door-to-door alarm sales, ADT has launched a reward program that will award $25,000 to anyone who can provide proof that an alarm company is training its employees to be deceitful.
Ashley Willis · May 27, 2014
As part of the agreement, ADT is taking a minority ownership stake in the company through a $25 million investment, leading a $50 million Series C financing for Life360.
SSI Staff · May 13, 2014
The home security/monitoring market leader joins the consortium's board of directors.
Rodney Bosch · May 05, 2014
ADT's acquisition of Canadian monitoring company Protectron brings in 400,000 residential and customer customers and $11 million in recurring monthly revenue. The firm also released its Q2 2014 earnings report, which says take rate for ADT Pulse home automation system is now 12% of all 6.4 million customers.
Jason Knott · April 30, 2014
ADT and consumer advocates want Kentucky lawmakers to delay deregulation of landline phone service in the state until after the FCC has finished experimental trials on the switch to Internet protocol-based networks.
SSI Staff · March 27, 2014
Grandview Police arrested two Security Networks salespeople for impersonating ADT representatives and misleading an elderly woman into updating her security system.
SSI Staff · March 13, 2014
ADT has settled charges made by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) that the home security giant allegedly paid safety and technology experts to demonstrate and review its home monitoring system without disclosing financial agreements.
SSI Staff · March 07, 2014
Negative publicity about a lawsuit involving one of your competitors in the alarm business not only hurts that company, but damages the electronic security industry’s reputation.
Ken Kirschenbaum · March 05, 2014