Posts Tagged ‘RMR’
Integrators and manufacturers are reporting an increased acceptance of managed access control. Is this an actual new trend, or just the same thing people have been doing for years? By Daniel Gelinas YARMOUTH, Maine—Honeywell in March announced it had doubled the number of its dealers offering managed access control services over the course of 2009, [...]
What the residential market has known for years, the commercial and industrial marketplace is now fully embracing: Remote monitoring of facilities can be beneficial to both the installer and the end user, providing peace of mind and recurring monthly revenue. What’s the market size? The Americas market for remote monitoring services generated over $15Bn in [...]
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 [...]
Poll: Access control as a service is a business model being touted in the industry as a way to increase RMR. Is access control as a service something you are offering?Tuesday, October 20, 2009 11:41 Be the first to comment
Access control as a service is a business model being touted in the industry as a way to increase RMR. Is access control as a service something you are offering? Do you think the market for access control as a service is substantial and/or growing enough to make it a viable offering? Do you think your company has enough staff and resources to offer this service if you choose to?
What’s most important in evaluating a third-party central station? What is the lowest rate you will sell your monitoring accounts for? How important is it for a central station to have an emergency back-up station?