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Quick Response expands sales with Premier Marketing

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08/01/2006

CLEVELAND, Ohio--It might seem odd for a monitoring provider and manufacturer representative agency to partner, but for Jeff Cohen, vice president of wholesale monitoring firm Quick Response, and Mike Andrews, owner of Premier Marketing, a manufacturer representative agency, the business partnership formed earlier this year made sense for expanding sales efforts for each company in the markets they serve.
Premier Marketing represents 12 manufacturers serving the dealer market spanning northern Ohio, Michigan, western Pennsylvania, western New York, West Virginia, Kentucky, and Indiana and offers product lines in the video, access control and fire product market.

Diebolds expands reach in Mexico with purchase

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08/01/2006

NORTH CANTON, Ohio--As part of a strategic plan to expand into new markets internationally, Central de Alarmas Adler, a subsidiary of Diebold and full-service alarm company, increased Diebold's reach in Mexico with the purchase of Cerberus Pyrotronics Servicios, a division of Siemens and full-service alarm company, this June. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

CenterPoint shines with certification

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SSN Staff  - 
08/01/2006

ST. LOUIS--CenterPoint Technologies, a wholesale monitoring company, was awarded Five Diamond Certification in June.

IASG sells accounts

SSN Staff  - 
08/01/2006

ALBANY, N.Y.

DICE teams up with Cellularm

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SSN Staff  - 
08/01/2006

BAY CITY, Mich.--DICE Corp.

Level II training course goes online

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SSN Staff  - 
07/01/2006

VIENNA, Va.--In May the Central Station Alarm Association announced its Central Station Operator Level II Online Training Course, more than 40 alarm monitoring industry members had signed up to take the course.

Alarm Monitoring Services gets a fresh start

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07/01/2006

METAIRIE, La.--After Hurricane Katrina ripped through the Gulf Coast region, Alarm Monitoring Services, with a central here and in Monroe, La.

City requires ECV

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SSN Staff  - 
07/01/2006

CARROLLTON, Texas--On Tuesday, June 6, the City Council here revised and approved changes to the city's alarm ordinance, which now requires monitoring facilities to utilize enhanced call verification on all alarms in the city in an effort to reduce the number of false dispatches.
More than one-fifth of calls Carrollton police respond to are for burglar, panic and other alarms, police spokesman Patrick Murphy said.

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SSN News Poll July 2017

Research firms, such as ABI Research and IHS Markit, have recently examined the smart home market, how it is changing and what its future might look like. Parks Associates is currently gearing up for its annual conference on smart home technology. What are you seeing in the smart home market?