Intercity debuts bill-pay website

SSN Staff  - 
Friday, February 1, 2002

SOUTH YARMOUTH, Mass.-Intercity Alarms, based here, has revamped its website and added an online payment feature so its customers can pay monthly monitoring bills online. Customers can also update emergency contact information as well as other account information online, the company said. Intercity, owned by The Davenport Companies, has 25,000 accounts throughout New England.

First Capital inks deal with automation software maker
HOUSTON-First Capital International, a technology and telecom company based here, has signed a formal, commercial agreement with Premise Systems, a developer of home and commercial automation software. The deal will pair software from Premise with Premise's hardware product, Home Automation VIP Butler, so homeowners and consumers can control home and office subsystems, such as lighting, HVAC, security, and other aspects of building control.

Eagle Broadband opens new distribution facility
LEAGUE CITY, Texas-Eagle Broadband, a broadband and wireless services provider, announced in January its ClearWorks subsidiary recently completed its second Houston-area Master Headend facility. The facility serve the west end of greater Houston with its bundled digital services offering, including home security monitoring services.

Manny Carter, chief operating officer of Eagle Broadband, said the new facility gives the company added distribution to serve a large portion of the population settling in the area west of Houston, an area underserved by telecommunications providers.