Ambrus Named CRC’s New Central Station Manager
Austin, Minn. – Cooperative Response Center, Inc. (CRC) is pleased to announce Randy Ambrus recently joined the company as its Central Station Manager. Ambrus started working at CRC on Monday, October 18.
Ambrus comes to CRC with almost 25 years in the central station (medical and security monitoring) industry. He began his career as a programmer/technical assistant and has held a number of supervisory and management positions throughout his career.
Prior to joining CRC, Ambrus was the Central Station Operations Manager for USA Central Station Alarm Corporation in St. Paul, Minn. He was responsible for the operations in this facility including supervising staff, maintaining equipment, and coordinating and implementing software products and applications. He is well versed in both the technical and operational aspects of running a central station.
Previous to his career at USA Central Station Alarm Corporate, Ambrus held positions as the Automation Systems Administrator at Criticom International and also supervisory/technical positions at National Guardian Security Services.
“His extensive background in the security side of the monitoring business will be of great benefit to CRC as it continues to grow its Central Station business,” said Chris Holt, CRC’s Vice President of Operations/COO. “CRC is pleased to welcome Randy to the team and looks forward to working with him.”
CRC is a nationwide, cooperatively owned and operated, 24/7 contact center and central station. Founded in 1992, CRC has steadily increased the size and scope of its operation with offices in Austin and Dunlap, Tenn. CRC serves 263 members and associate members in 38 states, representing 3.5 million consumers.