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Women in Security: Washington Alarm looks to grow

November 29, 2016Spencer Ives

SEATTLE—Shannon Woodman has been working with family-owned Washington Alarm full-time since 2000. Now in the role of COO, she said the company is focused on growth.“Our biggest thing is growing—so, both growing organically and through acquisitions,” Woodman said. The company completed a small acquisition of about 100 accounts earlier this year and expects to close another by the end of the year, she said.“In 2017 we're going to target more acquisitions by marketing to...

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Shannon Woodman joins CSAA executive committee

October 14, 2015SSN Staff

SEATTLE—Shannon Woodman, COO of Washington Alarm, based here, has joined the CSAA Board of Directors' Executive Committee. “I am very excited to have Shannon join the executive committee,” CSAA President Pam Petrow said in a prepared statement. “She has shown great leadership with her work as chair of the membership committee and co-chair of the Owner Operator/Regional Voice of the Customer sessions. Her abilities to collaborate, be innovative, and communicate effectively...

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Washington Alarm acquires, looks to buy more

November 10, 2014Amy Canfield

SEATTLE—Washington Alarm has acquired North Sound Alarm, a move that COO Shannon Woodman hopes will be a sign of things to come for the company, which is based here.“We want to get our name out there, we want people to know we are looking to acquire,” Woodman said, noting that the acquisition is Washington Alarm's first since 1997.The acquisition adds 600 residential and commercial accounts to the company's roster, Woodman told Security Systems News.Washington Alarm will add $16,000...

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