VIENNA, Va.—Establishing the Partnership for Priority Video Alarm Response as a standing committee within the Central Station Alarm Association will be a top priority for recently elected CSAA President Jay Hauhn.
ST. LOUIS—There will be more transactions in the typically quiet PERS space over the next six to 12 months, and maybe even sooner, according to Henry Edmonds, president of The Edmonds Group, an investment bank here, which specializes in recurring-revenue businesses.
SYRACUSE, N.Y.—Rapid Response Monitoring will begin an $11.3 million construction project next summer that will add 22,000-square-foot of space to its headquarters here, Morgan Hertel, VP of operations at Rapid, told Security Systems News.
For the fifth consecutive year, SSN is profiling women who are making their mark in the traditionally male-dominated world of security. Daley, vice president of branch operations for COPS Monitoring, is one of seven women featured.
HAGERSTOWN, Md.—The Dynamark Convention 2013 was a fast-moving two days, highlighted by a diverse array of booths at the vendor show and keynote speeches by a pair of industry experts: Wayne Alter, founder and chairman of Dynamark; and Wade Moose, CEO of The Systems Depot and Elk Products.
LANCASTER, Pa.—On the heels of acquiring its second central station in San Antonio, Texas, Security Partners has integrated automation software from Bold Technologies into its central station here. The move further strengthens the company’s redundancy capabilities.
WASHINGTON—The crisis in Syria only further roils what was already expected to be a turbulent few months in Congress leading up to the holidays. Despite the din, the Security Industry Association has developed a plan to advance some of its own objectives, of which there are many.