"We're constantly emphasizing the importance of our customers' safety and experience but are also adamant about our staff members flourishing. It's what makes us who we are."
Austin, Texas (PRWEB) August 29, 2013
Protect America, Inc., a forerunner in wireless home security, has experienced a 22 percent workforce growth in less than two years. The Austin Company, also selected as one of the Austin American Statesman's "Top Work Places", will have added almost 90 jobs to its ranks by the end of September.
The Company was an early adopter and advocate for wireless alarm systems and has been arming consumers at a rapid pace since 1992. In keeping with the culture of tech-mecca Austin, Texas: Protect America's business is largely digital. The Company boasts a novel internet-based and word-of-mouth propelled model, which is somewhat unusual for the security industry.
Protect America's formula for continued success is twofold. It lies in the commitment to effective and affordable home defense matched only by a dedication to a lively and involved employee culture. "It requires a certain savoir-faire," said VP of Operations Janet Laird. "We're constantly emphasizing the importance of our customers' safety and experience but are also adamant about our staff members flourishing. It's what makes us who we are."
Now more than ever, homeowners are turning to simple and powerful wireless technology to defend their homes against burglary. Protect America offers affordable security solutions customizable to every home. Visit http://www.protectamerica.com or call 1-800-951-5190 to speak with a Protect America home security expert about a wireless alarm system.
About Protect America, Inc.
Protect America is an Austin, Texas-based provider of wireless home security systems that employs approximately 400 people. Since the company’s founding in 1992, Protect America has secured nearly 400,000 American homes. Protect America is part of the Rockbridge Growth Equity family of companies that includes the Cleveland Cavaliers and Quicken Loans.