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Alarm.com: New motion sensor/camera launched

Pinnacle Security beta test shows homeowners like the ‘simple, easy, affordable way’ to look into their homes
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01/25/2012

VIENNA, Va. and OREM, Utah—After a successful six-month beta test, Alarm.com this week announced the general availability of its Image Sensor—a wireless device that combines a motion detector with a built-in still camera, allowing homeowners to view “snapshots” of what’s happening in their homes from their smartphones or other devices.

Pinnacle Security award winning

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Friday, January 20, 2012

Pinnacle Security was among the winners of the Electronic Security Integrators (ESI) Forum 2012 Best Practice Awards, announced earlier this month at the co-located ESI Forum and ESA Leadership Summit in Irving, Texas.

Pinnacle keeps on "Securing Hope"

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Friday, December 9, 2011

I first wrote here a year ago about Pinnacle Security establishing its “Securing Hope” charitable initiative and on the various philanthropic efforts the company has made under th

Devcon and Pinnacle to share services

Move gives Pinnacle door knockers 'local presence' all over the country
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11/22/2011

OREM, Utah and BOCA RATON, Fla.—They’ve had the same private equity owner—Golden Gate Capital—since 2009, but traditional model company Devcon Security and summer-sales model company Pinnacle Security have always maintained separate operations, until now.

New consumer credit score rules a ‘headache’

Federal regs require alarm companies to explain to consumers why they were turned down
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10/13/2011

VIENNA, Va.—Strict new federal regulations governing how companies inform consumers that their credit scores were used to reject them will result in higher labor costs and other problems for alarm companies, said a legal advisor to the Central Station Alarm Association, which is based here.
The new requirements took effect this summer, and are a part of the 2010 Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, a response to the economic recession. They essentially mean that security companies will have to spend more time and effort explaining to consumers why their poor credit ratings led to their being turned down as customers, said attorney John Prendergast, an advisor to the CSAA.

Pinnacle lawsuit: Ex-employees, consultant “conspired” to start rival company in Canada

However, one ex-employee has filed his own lawsuit, accusing Pinnacle of breach of contract
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08/25/2011

OREM, Utah—Pinnacle Security is suing two former employees and an industry consultant, claiming they “conspired together” to create a new Canadian company, Titan Alarm, to compete against Pinnacle in Canada. Pinnacle contends the employees were working for Pinnacle at the time and that the new company was created by “unlawfully using Pinnacle resources and in violation of contractual and fiduciary duties.”

Pinnacle’s ‘Security Plus’ custom built for seniors

Package includes direct two-way voice service, emergency button, extended cancellation period
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06/23/2011

OREM, Utah—Pinnacle Security, a summer-model sales company based here, has launched a new “Security Plus” package specifically designed to meet the needs of senior citizens.

Pinnacle helps establish new Utah alarm management group

Industry association to share best practices, grow industry, and help expand Utah's economy
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03/03/2011

OREM, Utah—Pinnacle Security this week announced it is helping establish a unique industry management association in this state—one comprised of summer-sales model companies like itself.

Select Security gears up for summer

Egan: Selling for an in-state company should be easier sale
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02/04/2011

LANCASTER, Pa.—Last summer, Select Security, a super-regional alarm company based here, successfully experimented with a summer model program to beat the big boys at their own game.
This summer, the company is going further: It is not only repeating its summer sales program but has hired sales representatives from some of the big companies to run it.

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