PROVO, Utah--ApxAlarm has launched a new web site, said Jack Inbar, vice president of operations for Apx. The web site features contact and licensing information for all the states where Apx does business as well as crime statistics for states, and specialiazed life safety information, such as specific information for children and seniors.
PROVO, Utah--ApxAlarm, an independent residential security company that made its mark last year by generating upwards of 90,000 new accounts (see "Apx generates accounts" in the November 2006 issue of Security Systems News), has expanded its data center and doubled its inside sales staff. Underway for about three months, the project was completed March 5.
REDDING, Conn.--Wanting to be closer to home while his children were young, Jack Whitton left the newspaper business three years ago to open Peace of Mind, what he calls an "old-fashioned physical security service for a high-tech world.
BOCA RATON, Fla.--ADT Security Services in January announced that more than 25 IP-based telephone services providers located throughout the United States have confirmed their phone networks meet the characteristics required by ADT to be a primary method of transmitting alarm signals to ADT's central stations.