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Paragon steps up accounts

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10/01/2004

ALBANY, Ore. - When an opportunity to increase its account base through acquisition arose, Paragon Monitoring Center seized that occasion - even if it only happens once every four years.

Monitronics spreads out into new headquarters

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10/01/2004

DALLAS - Almost a week before its 10-year anniversary in late August, Monitronics International has relocated its headquarters across the street from its former location in northwest Dallas, gaining more than 47,000 square feet to spread out its administrative and executive departments and offices.

Monitronics signed a long-term lease for the third, fourth and sixth floors of a six-story building and will retain space at the its previous headquarters.

American Alarm stakes new central station site

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09/01/2004

ARLINGTON, Mass. - Fueled by 19 percent growth in accounts and revenue last year and accommodating for up to 15 percent year-after-year growth, American Alarm and Communications has acquired space for a new central station that will offer the security firm an additional 12,000 square feet from its current site.

Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
09/01/2004

IASG announces loss of $0.01 per share for second quarter
ALBANY, N.

Synergistics chalks up first deal

SSN Staff  - 
09/01/2004

NATICK, Mass. - Syner-gistics’ partnership with PSBTech marks the first deal for its iAccess access control product since it attained the technology through the acquisition of iMonitor earlier this year.

F.E. Moran enters monitoring fray

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09/01/2004

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. - Building off a 60-year-old brand in the Chicago area, F.

DGA central recognizes tech convergence trend

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09/01/2004

New York - Serving an elite clientele and anchored in Manhattan’s Jewelry District, DGA Security Systems Inc. is opening a central monitoring station designed exclusively to meld video and security.

Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
08/01/2004

CSAA course addresses false alarms

VIENNA, Va. - The Central Station Alarm Association plans to launch an online false alarm reduction course this fall.

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SSN News Poll September 2014

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