Phoenix Spotlight

Sentry Management Strengthens Presence in Arizona by Adding CID Management, Inc.

Conner and Mike CID

Sentry Management, Inc., a major provider of community association management in Phoenix since 2009, combined with CID Management on August 1. The move strengthens operations in the South East Valley and expands services in the North and West Valley.

Mike Doyle founded CID Management in 2003 and has grown it into a thriving business. Their organization has managed more than 6,000 homes in communities of every type, including large single family developments as well as condominium associations. CID management and staff have an impressive level of experience and deep roots in the Phoenix area.

Connor Doyle is now Vice President of the Phoenix AZ Division of Sentry Management. All CID staff has relocated to Sentry’s offices at 1414 W. Broadway, Suite 205, Tempe, AZ 85282.

“We have always been proud of the caliber of the people associated with CID because responsiveness and personal support of our Boards are what has always set us apart”, says Connor Doyle. “I am delighted with the Phoenix Sentry Management staff. Their experience, skill and commitment to communications are top notch.”

“Sentry Management has always embraced the latest technology”, says Howard Pomp, CEO of Sentry Management. “That is why Sentry’s CommunityPro® operating technology will be such a significant improvement for CID’s homeowners and Boards in accessing information. Homeowners now have a CommunityPro® PORTAL to check their account and make payments. Board members can monitor the association’s business through the CommunityPro® BOARD ROOM.  The system is an unmatched administrative workhorse.”

The service area for this Sentry office continues to be Maricopa and Pinal County Valley, especially in the Tempe, Mesa and Gilbert areas.

The Sentry Phoenix Division office phone number is 480-345-0046.  To learn more about Sentry, go to Phoenix.SentryMgt.com.


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