EDMONTON, Canada—Designed by a former ADT dealer and developed specifically for security companies, FillQuick is a new CRM software company that is attracting some big name customers, like UCC, AvantGuard and, most recently, Monitronics.
YARMOUTH, Maine—Monitoring companies have an opportunity to attract new business, new dealers and new employees in the wake of the planned ADT/Protection 1 merger, according to five leading monitoring companies who spoke to Security Systems News.
SAN JOSE, Calif.—To provide more customized services to its clients, RFI Communications and Security Systems plans to close its internal monitoring station and outsource its monitoring to Rapid Response.
MCLEAN, Va.—Global Guardian, a provider of executive protection, launched its new Sentry division, providing remote video surveillance monitoring from its operations center here outside of Washington, D.C.
PORT CHESTER, N.Y.—Bart Didden, president of USA Central Station, today announced the launch of a new venture: Security Dealer Network, which will aid dealers in entering the DIY market with its DragonFly offering.
LAKE FOREST, Calif.—National Monitoring Center made changes to its management structure in early February: Michael Schubert, the company’s president, became its first CEO, and Woodie Andrawos, NMC’s EVP, is now president of NMC.
Some companies this year have discussed the benefit of moving from operating their own central stations to partnering with a third party monitoring center, including RFI Communications, Red Hawk Fire & Security and Comtronics. Will more companies switch to using wholesale centrals?