SANTA MONICA, Calif.--Safeguard Technology, a small residential security company that serves celebrities and other "high net-worth individuals with high threat levels" who live around the Hollywood Hills, on April 12 completed a reverse merger and is now officially a public company listed on the OTC-Pink Sheets market.
PITTSBURGH--Along with its announcement of new StaR Point national accounts offices in Boston, Dallas, Newport Beach, Calif., and Chicago, intended to serve its commercial business (see accompanying story, page 15), Vector Security also intends to cultivate its residential dealer base in some of those markets.
LAS VEGAS--Winners of product achievement awards at the April 6 Security Industry Association's New Product Showcase program at ISC West included: Cyrex's MC750 for residential systems; UltraVision Security Systems' CMD1 for intrusion detection/prevention; and Bosch's Easy Series for false alarm reduction.
Ninety-four new products and services were entered into the program this year.
OVERLAND PARK, Kan.--Atronic Alarms executives Perry Atha and John Erickson are eager to talk about their upcoming move to new headquarters, but what they really want to discuss is how their market approach keeps customers and employees happy and contributes to their low rate of false alarms.
ATLANTA--A company that offers technologically advanced security systems should have equally sophisticated internal systems, says Bruce Turry, president and chief executive officer of Ackerman Security.
That's why, for the past three years, Turry's technicians have used Nextel devices for tasks such as viewing account history, closing out service tickets and billing customers.
John Bergher, EVP of marketing and customer care for Sacramento, Calif.-based GHS Interactive Security, talks to Tess about the partnership GHS formed this spring with Solar Universe to offer homeowners a solution combining security, home automation and solar.