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SentryNet to open new monitoring center in Washington

SentryNet to open new monitoring center in Washington

MEMPHIS, Tenn.—SentryNet, a wholesale central station, recently announced that it will be adding a monitoring center in Lacey, Wash., “to ensure they are able to provide the best service to dealers coast-to-coast.”

The company currently has two UL/FM/NISPOM listed redundant monitoring centers; one based here and one in Pensacola, Fla. As part of the company's expansion into Washington, SentryNet will consolidate the Pensacola center to Memphis. A Pensacola, Fla., office will remain and act as the primary sales and dealer relations location, according to the announcement.

The Lacey, Wash., facility is expected to begin monitoring SentryNet dealers in late November 2018, according to SentryNet.

Founded in 1987, SentryNet provides monitoring for more than 650 independent alarm dealers, primarily based in the Southeast. Stanley Security purchased the company in Aug. 2015.

“2018 has been a transformational year for SentryNet. We have made significant investments in upgrading our monitoring platform and now opening a new monitoring facility,” Julie Beach, vice president of dealer sales for Stanley, said in the announcement. “In the coming months, we will also be launching a complete dealer program that will round out our vision of truly being a full business life cycle partner to security dealers across the nation.”


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