Power Home Technologies Joins Monitronics Dealer Program

Power Home Technologies has moved to Monitronics International’s dealer program.

Since 2004, Power Home Technologies has installed more than 30,000 security systems under another program’s name and logo. Power Home chose to make the move to Monitronics to have the flexibility of cultivating its own brand identity. The company projects that the enhanced branding will create new sales and recruiting opportunities, allowing it to double its historical sales volumes.

“Being part of the Monitronics program allows dealers the opportunity to brand their companies in a way that works best for their business,” said Bruce Mungiguerra, Monitronics vice president of sales and dealer development. “We’re here to support them in every way possible.”

As part of the transition to Monitronics, Power Home Technologies has contracted with Interlogix, TRI-ED and Alarm.com. With the combination that these contracts offer, Power Home Technologies can offer a new and larger variety of products and services to its customers.

To kick-off the partnership, Power Home Technologies’ 32-member leadership team arrived at Monitronics’ headquarters March 21 to attend the official two-day training program. Moni X. Mungiguerra said, “We were pleased to bring the team to Dallas to meet everyone and get acclimated to our program with the best dealer training in the industry.”
 
“Joining Monitronics’ dealer program allows us to provide our customers with the best monitoring so we can focus on our customers locally,” said Ben Brookhart, Power Home Technologies’ CEO. “We look forward to future growth that this partnership will bring to both our companies.”


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