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”That testing extends to almost every aspect of the company, from sales and marketing including how to handle in bound calls and its sales pitch to product offerings and customer service. That approach “assures we never under protect a family or never oversell a system people don’t need,” he said. While the future is bright, Boyce admitted Defenders’ 20 percent year over year growth rate could be difficult to maintain. “That’s not because the business isn’t healthy; it’s just that the number gets so big,” he said. He’s confident Defenders will continue to grow faster than the industry average. To meet growing demand, Defenders—which has 2,840 employees overall, including nearly 900 in Indiana—has doubled its number of installers and at home consultants in the last year to 1,755, Boyce said.

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The good news is, this isn't a bad thing. What companies using this lack in customization they make up for in reliability. Alarm. com app is a extremely reliable security app that connects to dozens of control panels, sensors and z wave products. The majority of all companies use Alarm. com except for the two giants, ADT and Vivint. Anything that uses alarmdotcom as it's backbone is a safe bet. If you want what is hip and cool definitely go for Pulse or Vivint which have their own unique app. In my experience, Vivint's is the best at security camera recording with the ability to go back and fetch time points on the footage easily. Most others takes a long time to go back and view footage, re capture it if needed for authorities. Thanks for the coverage on this post, in buying a home security system this control aspect from smart devices is actually what I'm researching first.