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ARC moves into custom digs

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05/01/2003

EUCLID, Ohio - A two-year-old monitoring company here has moved into its new location, more than a decade after the company’s management team designed and constructed the custom central station for another monitoring company.

American Response Center, formed in late 2001, will move into the building, once home to Security Associates International, in late June or early July, according to Jim Osborne, ARC’s president.

USA Central Station Alarm expands with partnership

Alliance reunites National Guardian monitoring team
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05/01/2003

MINNEAPOLIS - A two-location contract central station active on the East Coast is now planning to target dealers out West by opening a third, redundant central station here in one of the Midwest’s major markets.

In July, USA Central Station Alarm Corp.

Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
05/01/2003

Sonitrol signs contract with deli chain

ORLANDO, Fla. - Through its key accounts team, Sonitrol Corp.

ACM completes computer upgrade

New system to improve dispatcher, dealer access
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04/01/2003

PHOENIX - A nearly $300,000 investment in new computers for central station dispatch personnel and supervisory staff at ACM UL Monitoring Station, a contract central station based here, was completed last month, nearly two years after the company finished a remodel of the central station that added additional space.

The project, which saw the installation of two Intel Pentium III hot swap redundant computers, also improved the speed of Net Link, ACM’s dealer web access and the service’s associated software.

Criticom IPO debut expected

SSN Staff  - 
04/01/2003

NEW YORK - Criticom International was expected to make its initial public offering to the market in mid-March, according to IPOmonitor.com.

Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
04/01/2003

Software vendors hold users conference
SUMMIT COUNTY, Colo. - Users of Bold Technologies and Perennial Software attended a conference in late January that featured two interactive training sessions on both company’s latest product offerings.

New central to expand with remodel project

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04/01/2003

DALLAS - A three-year-old central station that sprung out of necessity is now embarking on its first expansion project at its headquarters here to give more room to its growing operations.

Centralink, owned by the principals of two Dallas-based security installation companies here, is set sometime next month to begin expanding its central station to add a training room and a conference room - additions that will add another 2,000 square feet and more than double the size of its monitoring center.

Monitoring co-operative extends services to non-member dealers

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04/01/2003

TULSA, Okla. - A monitoring cooperative based here that has provided its services only to members since the late 1980s has extended third party monitoring to non-member dealers in an effort to build the business.

Video firm hires new v.p. for new markets

New vice president is industry veteran and founder of another interactive company
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04/01/2003

NEW YORK - With the backing of its global security products manufacturer parent, an interactive video firm has tapped a veteran of the video industry to lead it into new markets.

Smart Interactive Systems, a subsidiary of Israel-based Magal Group, earlier this year hired Bill Elliot as the company’s senior vice president for business development.

Criticom bumps up size of IPO

SSN Staff  - 
03/01/2003

ALBANY, N.Y.

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