Undefined/Invalid Alarms and Our Process

There have been several changes in our system since the migration from Microkey to Stages. One of them is what we used to call Invalid alarms. In Stages, they’re now called ‘Undefined’ and they happen much less frequently thanks to some of the neat capabilities Stages comes with inherently. It’s important to know that Undefined […]

Adding Subscribers & Why It Matters

On the Data Entry portion of Stages we’ve noticed that everyone seems to have a pretty good understanding of how to add keyholder contacts to accounts. It’s not often anymore that we find accounts with no keyholders unless it’s either deliberate or it’s an account in the process of being created. Where we’re running into […]

Final Tweaks and Why They Matter

On the last post we talked about the importance of correct address placement on accounts. There’s one last tweak we need to tell you about though, because it can make a huge impact on your business and you’ve probably been skipping it and it’s right under the address section. That’s right. It’s the box in […]

Handling Temperature and Environment

While the most popularly monitored alarms are residential and commercial burglar and fire alarms, they’re not all we help manage. Very important, but rarely thought of in reference to alarms, are medical facilities, farms, school cafeterias, restaurants, grocery stores…and the list goes on and on. What kind of non-fire, non-burg alarms do we monitor for […]

When Disaster and Poor Weather Strikes…We’re Ready!

Not many understand the huge impact inclement weather can have on the alarm industry quite like Floridians. As many of you know, when hurricane Irma wandered past our neck of the woods, we moved our team and their families in to ensure everyone was safe and that we were still up and ready to respond […]