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MKS is revamping Micro Key University

The software company breaks 1,200 customer mark
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03/14/2018

KISSIMMEE, Fla.—MKS, a provider of monitoring center software, recently announced that it is revamping Micro Key University. The company’s EVP Chuck Speck told Security Systems News that account growth was a factor for the re-launch.

MKS hires Chuck Speck

Former Bold Technologies president will focus on company growth
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07/20/2016

KISSIMMEE, Fla.—As security software provider MKS’s new EVP, Chuck Speck plans to work on the internal process and communications as well as the customer experience.

Bold Technologies refocuses on existing customers

Chuck Speck, Bold president, resigns
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07/05/2016

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.—Bold Technologies’ president Chuck Speck recently left the company to pursue other opportunities. Speck’s departure comes as the company takes a new approach, Bold CEO Rod Coles told Security Systems News.

Bold surpasses recent target for new hires

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Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Bold Technologies, a central station software provider based here, has hired 14 people in the last eight months, company president Chuck Speck told me, more than doubling its standard rate of five or six new employees per year.

Bold integrates VMAX DVR with Manitou

A further effort to make Manitou a ‘toolbox’
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12/01/2014

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.—Bold Oct. 28 announced that its Manitou software now integrates with VMAX DVR solutions from Digital Watchdog.

Bold executives launch new company White Rabbit Electronics

New central station technology will power the ‘connected home’
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11/07/2014

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.—Bold Technology executives Rod Coles and Chuck Speck today announced that they’ve launched White Rabbit Electronics, a new company that enables a central station to deliver the “connected home.”

Bold Technologies acquires ABM Data Systems

ABM users can now integrate a slew of add-ons from Bold’s Manitou product lines
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09/24/2014

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.—Bold Technologies, a provider of central station and PSIM software, has acquired central station software provider ABM Data Systems, based in Round Rock, Texas, the company announced recently.

Bold Technologies stays on as Five Diamond sponsor

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10/24/2013

TROY, Mich.—Bold Technologies will continue its sponsorship the Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA) Five Diamond Program, one it has backed for the past four years, the company announced Oct. 22.