When Colorado legalized marijuana, new business potential was born. Perhaps an underrated business category was securing the cannabis dispensaries and cultivation centers. Security Grade Protective Services uses video surveillance systems with high-end megapixel cameras and a central station facility to monitor the cannabis.
Jason Knott · November 24, 2015
Rapid Response Monitoring will hold a job fair at the Destiny USA shopping mall in Syracuse, N.Y., on Jan. 14 to fill more than 70 jobs at its new monitoring center.
SSI Staff · January 09, 2015
Rapid Response Monitoring Services is expanding its central station in Syracuse, N.Y., and is set to launch a new state-of-the-art facility in Southern California. Morgan Hertel, vice president of operations, gives us the lowdown in this podcast.
Rodney Bosch · December 18, 2014
In this exclusive bonus blog, Rapid Response Monitoring Vice President of Operations Morgan Hertel discusses the importance of IT support, the economics of third-party monitoring and Rapid Response's core strengths.
Scott Goldfine · October 24, 2013
Rapid Response Monitoring Services based here plans to hire 60 to 70 new workers within the next two months as it prepares to complete an $11.3 million expansion to its operations.
October 23, 2013
Nine leading wholesale monitoring providers are spotlighted with details about their specialties, unique qualities and service offerings. Top executives describe the business advantages their third-party central stations bring to their security dealer customers.
By Scott Goldfine · October 23, 2013
Mobile Personal Emergency Response Systems (mPERS) is becoming a much larger greenfield than it was initially portrayed, partially because of advances in technology but also innovation.
June 02, 2013
The Syracuse Common Council unanimously approved a property tax deal that will allow alarm-monitoring company Rapid Response to complete an $11.3 million expansion to its operations.
August 01, 2012
After receiving preliminary approval for a 10-year property tax break, Rapid Response is gearing up to complete an $11.3 million expansion to its operations, reports The Post-Standard.
July 18, 2012
Following his recent departure from Mace CS, Morgan Hertel has been appointed vice president of operations for Rapid Response Monitoring Services.
March 25, 2012