Posts Tagged ‘ADT’
A mission helps, but it’s hard work and a competitive nature that matter most By Martha Entwistle Is there a correlation between the success of the summer-sales model companies and the fact that many summer-sales reps have grown up in the Mormon culture? It’s a culture after all, where many young people take time off [...]
Ask any security company about “door-knocking done right” and the first thing they mention is ethics.
Residential market flat, integration market off considerably; How will ADT/Broadview affect the market, and what will P1 sell for? By Martha Entwistle PALM BEACH. Fla.—During a far-ranging discussion that touched on some areas of concern in the security alarm market, the recurring theme of Mike Barnes’s Industry and Market Overview presentation Feb. 5 was an [...]
Though the ranks are growing, there are still efforts that can be made By Martha Entwistle When young girls dream of high-powered careers, a glam job in the security industry is probably not first on the wish list, or second, or even tenth. Why’s that? Well, to be fair, the security industry is small compared [...]
By Eric Pritchard Owners and operators of alarm companies in New Jersey are probably sleeping more soundly at night following the appeals court opinion in Synnex Corp. v. ADT Security Services, Inc. The appellate court’s decision is a victory for ADT and the latest in a series of legal precedents supporting the alarm industry’s allocation [...]