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Inovonics announces mobile duress API integration with Rapid Response Monitoring

November 9, 2021SSN Staff

WESTMINSTER, Colo.—Inovonics, an industry leader in highly reliable wireless solutions for life-safety applications, has announced that its mobile duress system is now fully integrated with Rapid Response Monitoring’s automation software. Now any security dealer or integrator that uses Rapid Response for central station monitoring has the opportunity to add Inovonics mobile duress to their portfolio. Easy to install and cost effective to deploy, Inovonics mobile duress provides...

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SSN Exclusive Interview: New TMA President Morgan Hertel

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SSN Exclusive Interview: New TMA President Morgan Hertel

October 27, 2021Cory Harris, Managing Editor

YARMOUTH, Maine—Morgan Hertel, Vice President of Technology and Innovation, Rapid Response Monitoring, Inc., was recently inducted as The Monitoring Association’s (TMA’s) new President, succeeding Don Young, ADT's EVP and COO. Hertel has hit the ground running since taking over the TMA helm, with an agenda that includes realignment of the association, as well as enhancements of TMA’s education, training, and standards that have become a benchmark of the association...

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40 under 40: Daniel Clark, Rapid Response Monitoring

September 8, 2021Cory Harris, Managing Editor

YARMOUTH, Maine—Daniel Clark, 35, takes a certain approach in his daily responsibilities as Senior Account Manager at Rapid Response Monitoring. “My day-to-day responsibilities include working with our dealer partners in the New York City and Mid-Atlantic markets that depend on Rapid Response for their monitoring needs,” he told Security Systems News. “I take a consultative approach with all my dealer partners in trying to help them continuously identify additional opportunities...

40 under 40 winner, Daniel Clark, Rapid Response Monitoring


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Parks Associates announces CONNECTIONS Community

June 11, 2020SSN Staff

DALLAS—International research firm, Parks Associates, announced the launch of an online conference and networking experience, November 10-12, focused on the connected home and IoT industries. The research firm will host six webinars on key topics, sharing latest consumer data and insights, culminating in a three-day, virtual conference that will bring industry leaders together to network and discuss the growing smart home market. The firm’s latest research predicts by 2024, total annual revenue...

AI, Alarm Monitoring Services, alarm.com, CONNECTIONS, Coronavirus, COVID, COVID-19, DIY, DIY security systems, Elizabeth Parks


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Security industry goes virtual during crisis

March 25, 2020Ginger Hill, Managing Editor

YARMOUTH, Maine—As more and more city-based governments across the U.S. order residents to “shelter-in-place” and “non-essential” businesses to close, not only is security considered an “essential” business that can and must remain open and functional, but it's been quite refreshing to see that the industry has transitioned to the virtual world, almost frictionlessly and seamlessly. Of course, “shelter in place” roughly translates to “work...

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Rapid Response plans to expand its California facility

October 10, 2017Spencer Ives

SYRACUSE, N.Y.—Rapid Response Monitoring recently announced that it will be expanding its West Coast facility in Corona, Calif. This news comes as the company is currently working on expanding its headquarters here from 40,000 to 75,000 square feet. “Our partnerships with dealers on the West Coast have increased steadily since the opening of our Corona facility in January 2015. The growth of our dealer network and our commitment to provide the highest level of support for the industry...

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Integrators '20 under 40' 2017—Kristy Johnson

October 4, 2017Spencer Ives

Kristy Johnson, 28Senior account manager, Rapid Response MonitoringSyracuse, N.Y.Kristy Johnson joined Rapid Response Monitoring in 2014. While the company was opening its Corona, Calif., redundant monitoring facility, Johnson sought to relocate to California. “It was exciting to join Rapid when they had a brand new facility,” she said.As a senior account manager, Johnson works with dealers that rely on Rapid Response for their monitoring. “Selecting a monitoring partner is actually...

20 under 40: Class of 2017, Kristy Johnson, Rapid Response Monitoring


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Central Monitoring Operators: training, empathy and thinking really fast

August 30, 2017Kenneth Z. Chutchian

YARMOUTH, Maine—A central monitoring station can be a cool place to work—if your idea of cool is not knowing what's going to happen from one minute to the next, or talking people through crises, real and perceived, or getting information fast and accurate while determining whether lives are at stake.Experts at four security firms weighed in recently on the stressors and satisfaction that operators experience—and the kinds of support these employees receive to keep fresh.“It...

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Rapid Response plans to hire 125

April 19, 2017Spencer Ives

SYRACUSE, N.Y.—Rapid Response Monitoring plans to hire 125 employees at its corporate headquarters, based here, over the next year, according to Christopher Denniston, the company's marketing and communications manager.“The positions will be primarily made up of operators but we do have a need to expand in other areas of the company as well,” Denniston told Security Systems News. “We're definitely looking to expand our IT and technical support teams, our software development...

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The challenge of hiring

February 16, 2017Spencer Ives

YARMOUTH, Maine—Many companies, of all sizes in the industry, face the difficulty of finding the most qualified and best fitting candidates to join their team. Security Systems News talked with a few of these companies to hear what the applicant pool looks like, what they look for in new hires and how they bring in the best talent.“[Hiring] is a huge challenge—a completely different challenge than it was even five years ago,” Mary Bauer, VP of human resources at Doyle Security...

Dave Simon, Doyle Security Systems, H&S Protection, Mary Bauer, Mike Horgan, Morgan Hertel, Rapid Response Monitoring, Security Systems News


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