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SentryNet to open new monitoring center in Washington

October 31, 2018SSN Staff

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...

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SentryNet to host 23rd SentryCon

March 28, 2018Spencer Ives

BILOXI, Miss.—As SentryNet is preparing to host its 23rd annual SentryCon, in Biloxi, Miss., from April 23-26, I thought it would be a good time to hear more about the event, its history and what the company is planning for this year. Peggy Page, marketing manager for SentryNet, and Julie Beach, STANLEY Security's vice president of Sonitrol and SentryNet dealers sales, each shared their perspective on the upcoming conference. Speakers come from both in- and outside of the industry, according...

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Stanley enhances its monitoring

November 24, 2015Spencer Ives

It seems that Stanley Security has really been focusing on how it approaches monitoring lately. Monday, the company announced its partnership with I-View Now, a cloud-based platform for central station video verification. Last week CSAA announced Stanley's participation in its ASAP to PSAP program. Additionally, all of this is coming just weeks after Stanley announcedits acquisition of SentryNet, a wholesale monitoring center. Steve Walker, VP of customer service for Stanley said this could lead...

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Stanley Security acquires SentryNet

November 10, 2015Spencer Ives

INDIANAPOLIS—Stanley Security, based here, acquired wholesale monitoring company SentryNet, resulting in new programs for SentryNet's dealer base.“Around the beginning of 2015, we started in conversations with SentryNet about the acquisition. Over that time we worked with them and closed the acquisition on Aug. 3,” Julie Beach, Stanley VP sales and marketing told Security Systems News. “Through that acquisition we acquired alarm monitoring services for approximately 650 independent...

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SentryNet offering classes on taking on large nationals

January 7, 2015Spencer Ives

RICHLAND, Miss.—SentryNet, a third-party monitoring station with locations in Tennessee and Florida, started a series of classes in December designed to teach its dealers how to compete with the likes of ADT, Vivint and other national companies.“You've got to be visible, your customer has to know you and appreciate that you have a service,” David Avritt, SentryNet president, told Security Systems News. A lot of companies think they're doing a good job with customer service because...

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SentryCon 2015 Cruise, New Orleans to Mexico

January 5, 2015SSN Staff

NEW ORLEANS—SentryNet, a third-party monitoring station in Tennessee and Florida, announced the dates and destinations of the second SentryCon cruise, leaving from here for Cozumel, Mexico on April 23 and returning to New Orleans early on April 27. SentryNet's cruise is a point based incentive program for its dealers, which ran from Oct. 1, 2013, to Jan 31, 2015. Onboard, SentryNet will provide dealers with class time to earn the NTS CEUs needed for state licenses as well as time with vendors. “We...

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SentryNet: Here's how to take on national companies

December 29, 2014SSN Staff

RICHLAND, Miss.—SentryNet is hosting a series of classes designed to teach its dealers how to grow their businesses. David Avritt and Kurt Erdman of SentryNet, Patrick Bleser of Kwikset, and Robert Walker of Honeywell will provide information on how to sell, explain and install smart home and Z-Wave technology. “This training is exclusive for dealers that want to go toe-to-toe with ADT, Vivint and other national companies,” SentryNet said in a prepared statement. The first session...

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SentryNet shares the credit

October 1, 2014Leif Kothe

When I spoke last month to SentryNet's Kurt Erdman and Alain Jamet, national sales manager and vice president of operations, respectively, both characterized their central station as an “activity hub” that would perform the dual task of promoting new technologies and keeping security professionals attuned to broader trends affecting the industry. Given that approach, it's not surprising that the information the company blasts out often reads like a hybrid between a news release and, well,...

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SentryNet brings back the cruise

August 27, 2014Leif Kothe

PENSACOLA, Fla.—A few weeks away from releasing the second installment of its dealer app, SNapp 2.0, SentryNet, a monitoring company based here, announced it's also doing something else for the second time: booking a Carnival cruise to Cozumel, Mexico, which high-performing dealers can earn tickets to.For the dealer initiative, called the Countdown to SentryCon Cruise #2, the company created a points-based system whereby dealers earn credit for adding accounts. They are eligible to receive...

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SentryNet hosts interstate ESA meeting

August 6, 2014SSN Staff

NASHVILLE, Tenn.—SentryNet recently hosted a joint meeting between the Tennessee Electronic Security Association and the Mississippi Alarm Association, according to a news release. Organized by TNESA western region VP Patrick Hurley, the meeting was designed to provide alarm companies in both Tennessee and Mississippi with information regarding recent changes to the Mississippi Electronic Protection Act brought on by recent amendments that became effective July 1. Guest speaker Brandon White,...

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