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Education Session

PERS, mPERS, the Sandwich Generation and Why it Matters
Friday, June 16, 2017 08:30AM - 09:30AM
Most adults prefer to age in place and Personal Emergency Response Systems (PERS) offer solutions to help family and primary care givers extend aging in place for adults as long as possible. However, this is more than the traditional “I’ve fallen and can’t get up” opportunity we’ve grown to expect. Mobile PERS (mPERS) has opened up the market, allowing us to GPS track an individual — meaning keeping up with children, lone workers and creating a vast more sophisticated telehealth opportunity. In this session, you’ll learn:
• The differences between PERS and mPERS and what the target market really is
• The true buyer of the products and services
• How monitoring PERS and mPERS differ from traditional security monitoring
• What are the main factors that contribute to profitability
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Justin Bailey
COO
AvantGuard Monitoring Centers
Justin entered the security industry as a custom software and database consultant. After being an outsider for years, he officially joined the industry in 2010 leading data conversion and custom API and application development at AvantGuard Monitoring Centers. Ultimately becoming the COO at AvantGuard, he is now responsible for all day-to-day operations in all aspects of the organization.

His unusual background in both IT and operations provides a unique perspective in the industry. Additionally his understanding of technology beyond its traditional use within the security industry allows him to see opportunities and trends coming to security that are mature in other industries.

Justin has a Masters degree in Information Systems Management from Brigham Young University. Outside of work, Justin loves being a husband and a father. He enjoys skiing, backpacking, camping, mountain biking and running.
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Daniel Oppenheim
Vice President
Affiliated Monitoring


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