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Dynamark buys second monitoring center

Company acquired Buckeye Protective Services, based in Ohio
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10/04/2017

HAGERSTOWN, Md.—Dynamark Security Centers in late September announced its purchase of Buckeye Protective Services, in Canton, Ohio, as a redundant central station to its monitoring center based here.

Dynamark CEO optimistic for new year

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Tuesday, January 17, 2017

HAGERSTOWN, Md.—Throughout the past year, Dynamark entered some new areas: it moved into a new 24,000 square-foot facility, launched a funding program for its dealers, and entered the mPERS space through working with Numera’s Libris device. Company CEO Trey Alter looks ahead at 2017 as the “year of improvement.”

Dynamark creates new funding program

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Wednesday, September 21, 2016

HAGERSTOWN, Md.—Dynamark announced in late September a new funding program for its alarm dealers, allowing dealers to get loans for their accounts.

SecurityTrax increases integrations

Company has been gaining momentum since its 2015 acquisition by Alarm.com
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08/31/2016

TYSONS, Va.—SecurityTrax, a cloud-based CRM offering from Alarm.com, integrated with four new monitoring centers recently.

Dynamark moves HQ

FAST Distribution collocated with Dynamark headquarters and monitoring center
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06/29/2016

HAGERSTOWN, Md.—Dynamark moved its headquarters into the same building as its monitoring center—a 28,000 square-foot space.

Dynamark enters mPERS

Trey Alter: Company will support dealers as they need
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06/22/2016

HAGERSTOWN, Md.—Dynamark has entered the mPERS space, working with Numera and the Libris device, and introduced a new mPERS program to its dealers.

Dynamark starts Partner Council

Council discussed partner incentives like competitions for vacations
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05/04/2016

HAGERSTOWN, Md.—Dynamark has a new way to communicate with its partners, a recently created partner council, which will meet regularly to give the company feedback.

Five Questions: Rich Cowan

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03/04/2016

Rich Cowan is Dynamark’s new director of sales for the western U.S., “basically, everything west of Texas,” as he described it. “My job is to introduce Dynamark to the western United States,” he said, a territory where the company is less prevalent. Prior to this role, he worked for COPS Monitoring for 12 years. Security Systems News caught up with Cowan, based out of Gilbert, Ariz., and asked him five questions.

Dynamark sets sights on Southwest

Groff: Dyanmark eyeing central stations in Texas, New Mexico, So Cal or Nevada
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01/06/2016

HAGERSTOWN, Md.—Dynamark, an established East Coast monitoring center, plans to go west in 2016, Hank Groff, Dynamark’s senior vice president of sales and business development, told Security Systems News.

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