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Monitronics Expands Information Technology Department

by User Not Found | Jul 15, 2016

New Hires Will Expand IT Project Capabilities for Leading Home Security Company

Chancellor_MoscatiDallas-based international security monitoring company, Monitronics, a subsidiary of Ascent Capital Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: ASCMA), has announced the addition of two members to their technology-solutions line up. The new team members, who will work under Chief Information Officer Cindy Nash, will bring additional leadership and vision to Monitronics’ efforts to lead the field in smart home technology and residential monitoring.

Jason Chancellor will join Monitronics as Vice President of Applications. He brings more than 15 years of experience in information technology, driving multi-million dollar projects through strategic planning, innovative solutions, and complex program management.

James Moscati will join Monitronics as Senior Director of Infrastructure. He brings 20-years of experience in directing and managing data centers, service support teams and large-scale telecommunications infrastructures.

“Monitronics continues to advance our use of information technology to enable us to seamlessly support our more than one million customers with speed and efficiency well above the industry standard,” Nash said. "Jason and James will round out our team with added breadth and scope of experience in leading and managing high-volume, large-scale operations.”

Monitronics is known in the industry for being among the leaders in connected and smart-home technologies, carrying the most innovative products and making life simple and secure for its customers. To learn more about the company, visit Monitronics.com.

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