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Wireless Home Security – Shop for Great Service

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Homeowners shopping for home security are looking for peace of mind: that’s a fact. And that’s why most home alarm systems are professionally monitored, and even explains why most of the systems sold today feature safer cellular monitoring for greater reliability. Plus, the technology is evolving, to include features such as: Interactive services for remote…

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The Life of a Frontpoint Order

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Frontpoint handles every step of our order fulfillment and activation process in-house, and works tirelessly to ensure the system delivered meets expectations and delights our customers. How does it happen? Take a look. A Simple Phone Call Your customer order begins with an initial phone call with a Sales Consultant. An order may not  be…

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Frontpoint Rebrands with Focus on Great Service – the Way it Used to Be

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As Frontpoint continues to bring in classes of new employees, we consistently ensure that our new employee orientation process is the best in the alarm industry. It’s widely accepted that Frontpoint is extremely successful at introducing smart and energized folks to our company, with the result of providing the best customer experience you can find….

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Meet Frontpoint

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Hi there, things are a little different around here, aren’t they? As you may have noticed, Frontpoint has undergone quite the makeover and we feel refreshed. We started by shedding a few pounds, changing our name from “FrontPoint Security” to Frontpoint. Then we cleaned up our key logo to make it simpler and more modern….

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Seven Things You Wouldn’t Expect to Find at FrontPoint

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I remember when I first interviewed at FrontPoint, I thought it was like any other office. I was repeatedly told that it was a casual environment, I didn’t believe it. This was a home security company we were talking about after all – casual had to mean khakis and a polo. I had no idea…

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