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My Alarm Center's new business model driving success

August 17, 2016Paul Ragusa, Editor

NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa.—My Alarm Center, a super-regional security company with a rapidly evolving national presence, is coming off an impressive year of organic growth, complemented by the success of its new DIY division, LivSecure.“Both 2015 and 2016 have been really great years for us and signify a big shift in our business model to be more flexible and capital efficient in terms of having options for growth,” Amy Kothari, My Alarm Center's president and CEO, told Security Systems...

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Poll: People want a monitored system

March 17, 2016SSN Staff

PHILADELPHIA—A study, conducted online by Harris Poll on behalf of LivSecure, found that many Americans say it would be “important that the authorities are alerted by their security system.” "Smart home technology is popular, but the survey shows that homeowners want more than a smart thing when it comes to protecting their home and family. Homeowners want assurances that help will arrive when their family needs it, and professional monitoring alerts first responders in case of...

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My Alarm Center launches new DIY division

December 8, 2015Spencer Ives

NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa.—My Alarm Center launched LivSecure, a direct-to-consumer division focused on DIY-installed equipment paired with professional monitoring.Offering DIY won't appeal to everyone, Amy Kothari, My Alarm Center's president and CEO told Security Systems News. “But, there is a growing segment of the market that does not want to wait for a professional install, does not want to pay for a professional install, and are comfortable doing it themselves.”My Alarm Center announced...

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