SentryNet announced they will be expanding their monitoring footprint by adding a monitoring center in Lacey, Washington. Currently, SentryNet has two UL/FM/NISPOM listed hot redundant monitoring centers in Memphis, Tennessee and Pensacola, Florida, and provides monitoring for more than 650 independent alarm dealers, primarily based in the Southeast. The Lacey, Washington, facility is expected to begin monitoring SentryNet dealers in late November 2018.
SentryCon, SentryNet’s annual dealer conference held in Biloxi, MS, was held April 23-26th with over 225 security industry professionals in attendance. The main focuses for this year’s conference included how to deal with current challenges facing the security industry and how to increase business and Recurring Monthly Revenue (RMR). In addition to education, the SentryCon tradeshow gave dealers a chance to be face-to-face with the industry’s best product and services providers. Hikvision, SentryCon’s Platinum sponsor, shared the newest in camera systems.
SentryNet’s 23rd annual dealer conference, SentryCon, will be in April and will focus on “The Challenge of Change” and how it affects independent alarm installers. Special Guest speakers like Mark Brown of Southwestern Consulting will bring to light what can be done to overcome those challenges. In the face of disruptive technologies and shifting powers to the consumer, changing how you do business is essential to staying in the game.