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Kings III Makes The Dallas Morning News Top 100 Places to Work List

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Kings III Emergency Communications, a privately-owned emergency help phone-monitoring company based in Coppell, was honored to be recognized by its employees and The Dallas Morning News by making the daily newspaper’s Top 100 Places to Work list, falling in at 26th in the midsize companies category.

See full press release here.

About Kings III Emergency Communications

Kings III Emergency Communications has been providing complete, compliant, and affordable emergency phone solutions for elevators, poolside, stairwells, and parking areas for more than three decades, monitoring more than 70,000 emergency phones across North America. Our Elevator Partner Referral Program is an opportunity to work together toward a common goal. Fed up with elevator phones and the additional risk and liability? Let us be your phone experts. Our all-inclusive solution includes equipment, installation, maintenance, and 24/7 monitoring at our very own Emergency Dispatch Center for one low price. Two key differentiators include our unique line seizure technology which eliminates costly dedicated emergency phone lines and our digital recording and storing of all calls. These coupled with advanced dispatcher training and many other value-added benefits allow us to reduce risk, liability, and often times costs for our customers.

Contact: Allie Ludlum

Kings III Emergency Communications

972.906.7045

[email protected]

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