ADT to go public again

ADT to go public again | #TpromoCom #ADT #business #security | ADT, the global home security company acquired by Apollo Global in 2016, has filed for an IPO with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to go back to publicly traded markets.

The company filed the relevant forms on 21st December, and although the initial expense is estimated at $100 million it has been stated that this is purely an estimate and may change in later variations.  It is reported by Bloomberg and WSJ that Apollo Global will retain control of the company, indicating that it will retain at least 50% of the shareholding. To read the remainder of this news story, click  here.

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ASSA ABLOY acquires August Home in the US

ASSA ABLOY acquires August Home in the US | #TpromoCom #smarthome #homeautomation #acquisition #business | ASSA ABLOY has signed an agreement to acquire August Home, a leading smart lock business in the US.

“I am very pleased to welcome August into the ASSA ABLOY Group. August constitutes a strategic addition to the Group and reinforces our position in the residential smart door market,” says Johan Molin, President and CEO of ASSA ABLOY. To read the remainder of this news story, click  here.

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“August Home strengthens our residential smart door strategy with complementary smart locks, expansion into video doorbells and comprehensive solutions for home delivery,” says Thanasis Molokotos, Executive Vice President of ASSA ABLOY and Head of the Americas Division.

August was founded in 2013. It is headquartered in San Francisco, California and has approximately 90 employees.

Sales for 2018 are expected to reach around USD 60 million (approx. SEK 500 million). The acquisition will be dilutive to EPS.

The acquisition is conditional upon regulatory approval and is expected to close during the fourth quarter of 2017.

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Wayne Alarm Systems and Lexington Alarm Systems Join Forces

Wayne Alarm Systems and Lexington Alarm Systems Join Forces | #TpromoCom #WayneAlarm #Lexington #acquisition #business | Lynn and Bedford, Massachusetts. Ralph W. Sevinor, president, Wayne Alarm Systems, and Donald Martini, president, Lexington Alarm Systems, announced that their two companies will combine forces under the Wayne Alarm Systems umbrella to bring the highest-quality home and business security systems to local customers with improved technology and a broader service area.  To read the remainder of this news story, click here (scroll down).

Ralph W. Sevinor stated: “Wayne Alarm Systems is now in its 50th year of operations as a multigenerational, family-owned security systems company. We have built a reputation for responsiveness and top-quality services, supported by state-of-the-art technology, to make our customers’ experience the best it can be. Acquiring one of Massachusetts’ premier security companies, Lexington Alarm Systems, will complement our company
culture, and the combined customer base will give both companies an expanded service area. Lexington’s reputation for customer service excellence matches perfectly with our mission.”

Donald Martini stated: “Wayne Alarm Systems’ commitment to technology, and all the conveniences this brings to their business model and customers, will be an enormous new boost for us. The expanded service area of our new combined service force achieves one of Lexington’s long-term goals. It brings to fruition our concept of a multigenerational, family-owned, top-quality, local security systems company competing successfully with the giant, global corporations that offer compelling marketing, but lack the substance of on-site knowledge and community engagement.”

Wayne Alarm Systems and Lexington Alarm Systems, now combined, become the Boston area’s premier electronic security and life safety solutions provider. This new acquisition offers increased strength in all the emerging technologies and confirms our customer-centric service as second to none in Massachusetts. Wayne Alarm Systems will continue to offer excellent opportunities to all local customers to have the best in alarm security, right in their own hometowns. Lexington Alarm Systems will continue operations at its current location in Bedford, Massachusetts, under the direction of Mike Lordan, vice president of Lexington Alarm Systems. This merger creates immediate job opportunities at both locations.

While Wayne Alarm Systems is acquiring Lexington Alarm Systems in the
corporate sense, this is operationally a merger of the best and brightest of the two companies.

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For further information concerning this new acquisition, contact:
Ralph W. Sevinor, Wayne Alarm Systems, rsevinor@waynealarm.com, 781-595-0000, or Donald Martini, Lexington Alarm Systems, dm@lexingtonalarm.com, 781-275-4200.

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Building Maintenance/Technician (Chicago)

Building Maintenance/Technician (Chicago) | #TpromoCom #Chicago #maintenance #job #employment | Looking for a responsible and dependable person for the Building Maintenance/Technician for commercial office building located in Downtown Chicago area.

The person will be responsible for all building mechanical systems, repair, replace, install fixtures, cabinetry and flooring; will perform light carpentry, electrical and plumbing.

Tasks may include but are not limited to… To read the remainder of this job offer, click here.

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ALARM &REMOTE START TECHNICIAN POSITIONS AVAILABLE. (LANSING, IL | FORZA CUSTOMS)

ALARM &REMOTE START TECHNICIAN POSITIONS AVAILABLE. (LANSING, IL | FORZA CUSTOMS) | #TpromoCom #Chicago #auto #alarm #technician #job | Forza Customs: Accepting Applications for Alarm and Remote Start Technicians

We are accepting applications for Car Alarm and Remote Start Technicians. If you think you fit the position send us an email or give us a call 708.474.6625 If you think you fit the position for this job send us an email or give us a call.

To read the remainder of this employment offer, click here.

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Burger Joint Teams Up With Surveillance Giant to Scan Your Face for Loyalty Points

Burger Joint Teams Up With Surveillance Giant to Scan Your Face for Loyalty Points | #TpromoCom #videosurveillance #camera #retail | A burger chain in California will scan your face to take your order, and they’ve tapped a global surveillance-technology firm to help them do it.

CaliBurger is currently testing out kiosks equipped with facial recognition at its Pasadena location, giving customers who sign up for their loyalty program the option to link their faces to their past preferred orders, which will pop up automatically on fu… To read the remainder of this news story, click here.

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Injury Tracking Application: Electronic Submission of Injury and Illness Records to OSHA

Injury Tracking Application: Electronic Submission of Injury and Illness Records to OSHA | #TpromoCom #OSHA #injury #application #Federal | OSHA Accepting Injury and Illness Reports Through Dec. 31st. Employers have until Dec. 31st to electronically submit Form 300A. To review this OSHA application, click here.

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How to comply with OSHAs rule requiring the electronic submission of recordkeeping data

How to comply with OSHAs rule requiring the electronic submission of recordkeeping data | #TpromoCom #OSHA #records #requirements |  In this free webinar, learn how OSHA’s final rule “Improve Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses” will impact your OSHA recordkeeping.

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This webinar occurred on:  December 14, 2017.  To read the press release, scroll down. To register, click here.

Occupational Health & Safety

How to comply with OSHAs rule requiring the electronic submission of recordkeeping data

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In this free webinar, learn how OSHA’s final rule “Improve Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses” will impact your OSHA recordkeeping.

In May of 2016, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released a final rule which will require employers in certain industries to electronically submit injury and illness recordkeeping data to OSHA starting in 2017. The webinar will outline key deadlines for data submission and explore the ways in which the ruling will impact your organization’s recordkeeping.

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Speakers:

Clare Epstein oversees TRA’s IndustrySafe Safety Software group and manages the product strategy, direction, and sales and marketing efforts of IndustrySafe safety management software. Over 300 organizations throughout the United States utilize IndustrySafe to record, track, and analyze incident data and generate OSHA recordkeeping reports. Ms. Epstein has extensive experience in regulatory analysis, safety management systems, information management systems, and safety reviews.

Gabriel Tompkins oversees the product development, of the IndustrySafe Software. Mr. Tompkins has worked closely with multiple organizations to ensure that the IndustrySafe software complies with OSHA recordkeeping regulations. Mr. Tompkins is experienced with information technology management, safety management systems and regulations, end user design and client training.

Duration: 1 Hour

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