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For the fifth year in a row the Irish Credit Union has taken  the top spot for customer experience, followed by Laya Healthcare and Phonewatch. Photograph: iStock

Bus company CityLink and insurer Allianz were among the biggest losers as they took a hit to their “customer experience” score in a survey of Irish br(...)

Unit 3, which is let to Phonewatch on a 35-year lease, is for sale at €1.425 million

Two fully-let office buildings with warehouse space to the rear in Sandyford Business Park are new to the market this week through agent BNP Paribas R(...)

Phonewatch Limited is a subsidiary of Sector Ireland, which is in turn owned by Norwegian company Sector Alarm Corporation.

Security company Phonewatch made a net profit of €10.7 million in 2016, up 38 per cent on the previous year, according to accounts recently filed at t(...)

Conor Pope protecting his home: thieves are opportunists and if they see an open window or another way to access your home, they will take advantage.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Once upon a time, I lived in a rented flat in a leafy – and ridiculously gated –Dublin 4 complex. Despite the gate and the fancy address, my flat was (...)

PhoneWatch business channel manager Sinead Quinn,  and managing director Eoin Dunne at the launch of the company’s entry into the SME Market.

Home security firm PhoneWatch is to create 16 jobs expanding its operations in Ireland. The company said the jobs will be created with the appointmen(...)

PhoneWatch: set up in 1991

Home security firm PhoneWatch has extended its smart monitoring service to include fire and carbon monoxide alarms. The move comes as research condu(...)

The Communications Workers’ Union (CWU) is to seek a 6 per cent across-the-board pay increase for its members.

Staff at An Post and Eircom are to seek pay rises of 6 per cent, one of the largest percentage increases to be sought in the current series of claims (...)

Home security firm PhoneWatch is to create 230 jobs with the opening of new offices in Dublin, Cork and up to 10 other regional centres.

Home security firm PhoneWatch is to create 230 jobs with the opening of new offices in Dublin, Cork and up to 10 other regional centres. (...)