Home has never been sweeter for management and tenants of a new multibuilding luxury apartment complex in suburban Kansas City. That’s because they are the beneficiaries of an elegant access control, video surveillance, fire and automation solution that rendered Atronic Alarms winner of SSI’s 2014 Integrated Installation of the Year Award.
Scott Goldfine · July 10, 2014
Security Sales and Integration, July 2014 Issue: 2014 Best of the Best Issue
July 07, 2014
Atronic Alarms has announced that its general manager, Nell Mathews, will retire from her position, effective Jan. 31
January 14, 2013
Atronic Alarms, based here, is celebrating its 30th anniversary as a provider of security systems to Kansas residents.
May 30, 2012
As one of its foremost sales tactics, Lenexa, Kan.-based Atronic Alarms does not require its clients to sign an alarm contract. It may sound odd, but it's a selling feature that works.
July 10, 2011
As part of its philanthropic efforts, Atronic Alarms has partnered with the Domestic Violence Protection Services Agency (DVPSA) to offer electronic security systems to victims of domestic violence in the Kansas City metro area.
June 12, 2011
Atronic Alarms has named Neil Atha as vice president. Atha is the son of company Founder and President Perry Atha.
May 08, 2011
Lenexa, Kan.-based Atronic Alarms Inc. received the HAI 5-Star dealer program award for the 10th consecutive year at HAI's, a home automation systems provider, annual Dealer Appreciation Party ...
April 27, 2011
Security dealers/integrators from across North America entered the 15th Annual SAMMY Awards to match their sales, marketing and installation prowess against industry peers. Who won and why, plus what can you learn from their successes is explained within.
May 31, 2010
How serious is Atronic Alarms about eliminating false alarms and police dispatches? Serious enough to augment its customer service operations with a Quality Assurance Department (QAD) whose primary mission is reducing the possibility any Atronic-installed system generates a false alarm.
By Scott Goldfine · April 30, 2009