Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
Monday, December 1, 2003

HomePort signs with SAI

DENVER - HomePort Holdings has signed an agreement with Chicago-based Security Associates International under which SAI will provide home security products and monitoring services to HomePort customers, which will be installed by SAI installers.

HomePort provides homeowners with financing for primary home services by tapping into their home equity. The company will apply its patent-pending process for allowing homeowners to cut monthly service payments by up to 60 percent to SAI’s products and services.
CSAA members elect executive committee

LANAI, Hawaii - Members of the Central Station Alarm Association elected a new executive committee at the association’s annual meeting held here. Richard Sampson, president of American Alarm & Communications in Arlington, Mass., was elected to a two-year term as CSAA president, replacing Mel Mahler, who will now serve as immediate past president.

John A. Murphy of Vector Security was elected first vice president, Bud Wolforst of A-1 Security was elected second vice president, Peter Lowitt of Lowitt Alarms and Security was elected treasurer and Robert Bean of Alert Holdings Group was elected Secretary. Pam Petrow of Vector Security, Mike Shaw of Interface Security Systems and Stanley Oppenheim of DGA Security Systems were appointed to the board of directors.
ADT adds services to improve operations

BOCA RATON, Fla. - ADT Security Services has added a new video auditing service to its existing video monitoring offerings.

ADT Video Audit Service delivers pass-fail report cards for locations that are designed to help identify whether company policies are being met. The reports are then linked to video clips in order to provide audio and visual documentation of the events. Business owners can access the reports via a secure website.