Keep Your IP Announces Partnership with Industry Leader COPS Monitoring

Irvine California based Keep Your IP has announced a major reseller agreement with COPS Monitoring, one of the country's largest wholesale monitoring companies.

KYI, Inc. and COPS Monitoring have signed an agreement wherein COPS will offer the complete lineup of Keep Your IP services to their approximately 3,500 dealers.

Keep Your IP is considered the industry’s first and only internet IPv4 forwarding service designed exclusively for the alarm industry. Keep Your IP services will be both a tool to increase value for the alarm dealer by giving them better control over of their accounts as well as critical IP disaster recovery support service for the Central Station.

Davin Roos, president of KYI, Inc. says, “By providing alarm professionals with their own secure IPv4 numbered address, they get the peace of mind of knowing that as their business grows and merges into the new internet IP based world, they will be able to direct that growth as they desire.”

"COPS Monitoring continually searches for ways to offer leading-edge services to help our dealers prosper,” added Jim McMullen, President and COO of COPS Monitoring. “We are proud to offer Keep Your IP's services and we’re confident that our dealers will see the advantages of having the flexibility and assurances they can offer."

About COPS

Founded in 1978, COPS Monitoring is one of the largest independently-owned wholesale alarm monitoring companies in the United States. Featuring five hot-redundant and load-sharing central stations in New Jersey, Florida, Arizona, Tennessee, and Texas, COPS provides monitoring services to over 3,500 independent alarm dealers who represent nearly 800,000 accounts.

For more information about COPS Monitoring please visit www.copsmonitoring.com

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