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Creating a functional apps costs thousands, even hundreds of thousands of dollars. Because of this, most ma and pa security shops along with some big companies use Alarm. com's whitelabel app. They pay a monthly fee based on the number of users, and their users see it as 'Brand X' security app. The good news is, this isn't a bad thing. What companies using this lack in customization they make up for in reliability.

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”That is exactly what Rehman is noticing in his business. “The big companies are growing the market, not taking share away. They are trying to penetrate a market that never really had an alarm system before. They are already in the house for telephone, Internet or cable and trying to throw a spin in there to bundle this home security in. I have noticed that those national companies can’t give that personal service and we have gotten clients whose first alarm system was with a cable company. They call us to have that personal service and those calls are increasing pretty heavily. ”Boggs hasn’t seen much competition or benefit from DIY and the outside players. But that doesn’t mean it isn’t affecting his business strategy. “We think there may be a place for us in that DIY market. I would hate to see as big a trend as that is going to be and ignore it. We are looking at options.

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Horrible mistake. It has been reset and re programmed twice. Last week, 2 sensors gave off a "communications failure" message. Slowly, one by one, all the sensors failed. I'm waiting for them to come out again a 4 hour time range. And now I'm getting phone calls from the "manager" from India wanting me to change all the batteries in the sensors to see if that's the trouble before the tech comes out to re program everything a 3rd time.

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