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Pilot steers away from security, Security Networks swoops in

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12/01/2004

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - Pilot Home Technologies has purged its security accounts, choosing instead to focus on its satellite installation business.

GE’s new program has added benefits for dealers, builders

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12/01/2004

ARDEN HILLS, Minn. - Being a GE Security dealer has its benefits and now the company has just added one more.

Home Technologies completes $2.5 million investment

SSN Staff  - 
12/01/2004

BELLEVUE, Wash. - Looking to further fuel its expansion plans, Home Technologies has secured $2.

Lining up: Medium-sized homebuilders first up for Firstline’s builder program

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12/01/2004

OREM, Utah - Almost three years into their tenure as a residential security provider, Firstline Security is another company that is using residential homebuilders as a way to increase installation numbers.
A program, called Secure Community powered by Firstline Security, was developed by the company to work with residential builders to create pre-wiring and security system installations at the point of new construction.

Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
12/01/2004

Companies team up for home automation solution
LIVERMORE, Calif. - Home Director and Home Logic have formed a partnership to license and further develop a home automation and control system for structured wiring markets.

Vigilante finds success by embracing new technology

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11/01/2004

LATHRUP VILLAGE, Mich.- As the first alarm company in Michigan to offer Internet monitoring to its customers, Vigilante Security is garnering a lot of attention.

To market, to market

Watchdog responds to growing retirement population
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11/01/2004

HEMET, Calif.- Responding to the growing number of retirees relocating to southern California, Watchdog Security Services has retooled its marketing efforts to focus directly on this segment of the population here.

Stealth Alarms suspended for 45 days

Alarm company loses appeal with city, faces additional charges with provincial government
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11/01/2004

CALGARY, Alberta- Stealth Alarms’ quest to appeal a suspension of its business license by the city of Calgary ended in failure in September and the company will now have to cease operations for a 45-day period.
The suspension, which begins Oct.

Supreme turns up the heat

Makes a marketing turn to increase awareness
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11/01/2004

UNION, N.J.

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SSN News Poll August 2016

The final sunset date for 2G—Dec. 31, 2016—is fast approaching. Speakers at last year’s Honeywell CONNECT conference said that dealers needed to get started. John Loud said in early 2016 that avoiding the hassle of 2G conversions would result in more companies looking to sell. Where is your company in the sunset?

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