My Alarm Center announced their recent relocation to a state-of-the-art facility in Newtown Square, Pa. The company’s new facility offers enhanced communications, expanded warehouse space, room for continued company growth and more comfortable working conditions for employees. My Alarm Center’s primary reason for the relocation is to ultimately benefit customers and support anticipated growth.
“Better equipment, more space and engaged employees will allow us to be more efficient,” said Gary Welsh, COO of My Alarm Center. “My Alarm Center will be able to reduce costs and pass those savings along to our customers, who are at the core of every decision we make."
The new facility also provides an improved working environment for My Alarm Center employees. The work space will be both comfortable and dynamic, which will lead to enhanced productivity. Additionally, the company’s enhanced communication system will allow My Alarm Center to allocate resources where and when they are most needed. The company recently exceeded the $4 million mark in recurring monthly revenue and launched an organic growth and branding strategy for the Philadelphia and Seattle markets.
“We want the My Alarm Center family to be engaged and productive,” said Amy Kothari, president and CEO of My Alarm Center. “We pride ourselves on great service and great service begins with an engaged team. The new facility and communication system will take us to the next level.”
My Alarm Center has long been dedicated to its customers, its employees, and its community. In 2012, the company contributed to the Red Cross fund for Hurricane Sandy victims and participated in the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program.
Founded in 2000, the company’s flagship service, MyHome, offers mobile home control and monitoring. Other services include cellular monitoring, fire, flood and carbon monoxide protection, identity theft protection, and personal emergency response systems.