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AccountabilIT CEO Chuck Vermillion named Phoenix Titan 100

October 7, 2022SSN Staff

PHOENIX – Titan CEO, along with sponsors Wipfli LLP and Class VI Partners, announced Founder and CEO of AccountabilIT, Chuck Vermillion, as a 2022 Phoenix Titan 100 winner. The Phoenix Titan 100 list recognizes the city's top 100 CEOs and C-suite executives as the most accomplished leaders in their industries for the Phoenix area. Criteria for selection as one of the Phoenix Titan 100 include exceptional demonstrations of leadership, vision, and passion from candidates. "The...

AccountabilIT, Chuck Vermillion, Jaime Zawmon, managed security provider (MSP), managed security services provider (MSSP), Phoenix, Titan CEO

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Bold's Users Conference, dates and courses

February 13, 2015SSN Staff

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.—Bold Technologies, a provider of central station automation software based here, is holding its 2015 Bold Users Conference Aug. 4-6 at the Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colo. The company notes six main tracks for this conference: technical, operations, strategic business, interactive, Phoenix, and forum. Phoenix is an alarm automation software offered by the company, The preliminary course list offers sessions on White Rabbit, Manitou, and others.

Bold, Manitou, Phoenix

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SIAC, AzAA praise Phoenix alarm program

June 27, 2012Rich Miller

FRISCO, Texas—Nearly 85 percent of alarm users in Phoenix did not have any false alarms in 2011, the result of a cooperative effort by the city and the Arizona Alarm Association that saved the city more than $2.8 million, according to the Security Industry Alarm AssociationThe city's alarm management program includes education about best practices, along with a $17 per-panel registration fee and fines for alarm owners who generate multiple false alarms. The city also holds alarm schools to...

Arizona Alarm Association, Maria Malice, Phoenix, Security Industry Alarm Association, Stan Martin

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