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Alarm Companies

Read: Why the Alarm Industry and Central Stations Need to Embrace Togetherness

Why the Alarm Industry and Central Stations Need to Embrace Togetherness

Internet and voice networks experience issues all the time, creating potential system liabilities that affect alarm providers and central stations.

Read: How to Deal With a Customer’s Loss as an Alarm Company

How to Deal With a Customer’s Loss as an Alarm Company

There are four main steps you should take when asked for records regarding the alarm system and incidents.

Read: Alarm Funding Associates Sold by Parent Company

Alarm Funding Associates Sold by Parent Company

Sinclair Broadcast Group is reportedly making more than six times what it invested in the company.

Read: Scammers in Omaha Are Claiming to Be ADT

Scammers in Omaha Are Claiming to Be ADT

There are reports of suspicious salespeople in the metro area claiming to be with ADT Security.

Read: The Importance of Futureproofing Automatic Renewals for Alarm Companies

The Importance of Futureproofing Automatic Renewals for Alarm Companies

Don’t allow your company or your subscriber to get exposed by a termination of services from a lack of an auto renewal.

Read: How Alarm Dealers Can Raise the RMR Bar With Maintenance & Service Contracts

How Alarm Dealers Can Raise the RMR Bar With Maintenance & Service Contracts

M&S agreements are so critical to dealers’ and integrators’ profitability and success, as well as end-user satisfaction and loyalty.

Read: How Does Congress’ New Tax Bill Affect Security, Alarm Companies?

How Does Congress’ New Tax Bill Affect Security, Alarm Companies?

Certain provisions of the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 can benefit those in the security industry.

Read: Alarm Installers: Don’t Allow Yourselves to Inherit Another Company’s Problem Through Negligence

Alarm Installers: Don’t Allow Yourselves to Inherit Another Company’s Problem Through Negligence

Alarm expert Jeffrey D. Zwirn explains why it’s important for alarm installers to perform initial testing on the existing system to prevent liability if it doesn’t work properly.

Read: Salt Lake City Man Scams Elderly Woman of Thousands After Posing as Home Security Rep, Police Say

Salt Lake City Man Scams Elderly Woman of Thousands After Posing as Home Security Rep, Police Say

Police are looking for 33-year-old Lanny Warren Outcalt, who disappeared after elderly woman paid him $5,000.

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