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Insta-analysis: ADT to divest its full commercial business

“ADT is a powerhouse player in the residential security space, and this move to divest its commercial business shows the focus they are highly focused on the residential market,” adds industry analyst Elizabeth Parks of research firm Parks Associates. “With the large investments of Google and State Farm, we anticipate ADT to continue to introduce new offerings into the market that extend beyond just traditional security solutions. The interactive services and connected devices attached to systems give new value and meaning to consumers, and new revenue opportunities for ADT.”

From the article, "Insta-analysis: ADT to divest its full commercial business" by John Dobberstein, Paul Rothman

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