DALLAS--Monitronics teamed up with CompUSA in late April to promote and sell the company's alarm systems in the retailer's 230 stores nationwide.
CompUSA customers can order a Monitronics monitored alarm system through the CompUSA web site or at a computer-based service kiosk located in all of CompUSA's locations.
ST. AUGUSTIN, Quebec--In late April, Microtec Enterprises, a full service security company based here, filed its plan of restructuring in respect to the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act--the Canadian version of an U.
MONTREAL--Protectron, the largest privately owned, full-service security provider in Canada, extended its relationship with mobile security provider Vigil GPS at the end of March--a move that allows both companies to offer a bundled service package to its end users.
The package offers end users the opportunity to secure their homes and cars, with systems for homes installed by Protectron and automobile security units installed by authorized Vigil GPS dealers.
SALT LAKE CITY--Apex Alarm found itself in troubled waters in late February when a salesperson misrepresented himself in a letter as an affiliate of three local police departments.
The Salt Lake City Police Department was informed by Protect America that the Apex employee, Curtis Taylor, sent a letter to a Protect America alarm customer claiming the Texas-based company did not meet certain regulations required by authorities and that the customer's alarm permit would be cancelled.
ST. AUGUSTIN, Quebec--After battling a financial war with its creditors for most of 2004, Microtec Enterprises found some solace through the court in mid-March as the company got the okay to combine its assets with Securex Master Limited Partnership into an income trust called the First National AlarmCap Fund.