It is easy to answer ‘no’ to this without thinking through the full implications. Maybe you have a small company and think you don’t really need it, it’s not worth paying for the service. You have members of staff who live nearby and can be called on to come out and reset the alarm if it goes off when no-one is there.
It’s always worked in the past
There are a significant number of company owners or managers who take this view, and 99% of the time the system works fine.
However, …. what about that time when it doesn’t?