Dealer’s Edge: Top security stories this week

Welcome to Dealers’ Edge, a bi-weekly collection of what caught our eye this week on the web. As a professional security dealer, you’re busy focusing on your business, keeping your existing customers happy and finding opportunities with new ones. Oftentimes, you just don’t have the time to keep up and be in-the-know of everything that’s happening in our industry. Yet, you know how important this is to stay competitive.

That’s why we dedicate a post every other week to include links to articles that are interesting for our industry. We’ve done the homework so you won’t have to search for what’s important and what’s not.

 

DCda_15V0AAMld4Resolution Products Integrates Wireless Technology With Pella Smart Windows, Doors
Integrated within Resolution’s Universal Translator family, Pella’s Insynctive Technology will be compatible with leading home and business security systems.

Read more on Security Sales & Integration >>

 

Insurance, the Smart Home, and the Business of Keeping Customers Engaged
How insurance and other industries are keeping customers engaged through smart-home technologies, remote IoT services, product warranties and client communications.

Read more on CEPro >>

 

5 Steps to Successful Smart Building Automation
More efficient lighting and climate control is one of the several cost-saving benefits a smart building can offer your customers. Smart buildings are on the rise around the world as companies recognize the potential cost savings of automation. With the advent of the Internet of Things (IoT), every building with an integrated security and access control system has the capability to also integrate the building’s energy use, water use, ventilation and more. Here are five steps to ensure successful automation of a commercial facility.

Read more on Security Sales & Integration >> 

 

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Easily Deployable, Effective Water Detection with Trident

It happens in an instant, and costs over $2.5 billion to insurance companies every year. A 1/8th– inch pipe crack can leak over 250 gallons of water in just one day! The infographic below from waterdamagedefense.com illustrates just how much water damage and mold costs to homeowners and insurers alike, and just how common the problem really is.

There are also some great prevention tips that anyone can follow, including inspections and system maintenance. And now there’s a way to offer your customers one more layer in the water damage line of defense. Trident, by Resolution Products, is easily deployable, effective water detection. Designed to detect not only leaks, it also detects high and low-temperature changes, protecting pets too.

 
Learn more about the new environmental sensor, Trident, and see how it can help improve your business today. Request a call from an experienced member of our solutions team.

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Universal Translator Named by Security Sales & Integration as a Top Innovation of 2016

We’re excited that our Universal Translator has been chosen by Security Sales & Integration as one of its Top 30 Technology Innovations of 2016! The top 30 innovations are a compilation of the year’s top electronic security industry products and solutions handpicked by SSI’s tech editors.

“Resolution Products has been doing so many exciting things the past few years it is sometimes hard to keep track. One of its products that really caught my attention recently is the Universal Translator. Alarm dealers that have the opportunity to take over an existing wireless security system account can now offer a special deal to their new customers.” – Bob Dolph, of Security Sales & Integrations’ Tech Talk column

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Click the image above to learn more about Resolution Products’ Universal Translator

Some key benefits of the Universal Translator are:

  • A selector switch making it compatible with almost any panel the dealer is installing
  • The hardwired system provides power to devices using the integrated power supply and backup battery, and is fully UL compliant
  • The RE508X has a well-designed, spacious wiring area simplifying installation

Click below to get in touch with our team to learn more about the Universal Translator or here to find a distributor.

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Dealer’s Edge: Must-Reads of the Week

Welcome to Dealers’ Edge, a bi-weekly collection of the five articles this week that caught our eyes on the web.

As professional dealers, you’re busy focusing on your business, dealing with daily activities to keep your existing customers happy and to find more opportunities with new ones. Oftentimes, you just don’t have the time to keep up and be in-the-know of everything that’s happening in our industry. Yet, you know how important this is to stay competitive.

This is why we dedicate a post every other week to include links to articles that are interesting for our industry. We’ve done the homework so you won’t have to search for what’s important and what’s not.

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Here are the five interesting articles we found this week:

Connectivity Where We Live And Work

By Thread Group

Today, there are many business applications that are driving the expansion of IoT in commercial buildings and the professional sector. Thread provides an IP-based reliable, low-power, secure and scalable mesh networking solution – making it a natural choice for connectivity beyond the home. From building security to energy management and lighting Thread Group’s President, Grant Erickson explains Thread’s role in the commercial building domain.

>>Read more here.

On Millennials, DIY, Smart Homes, Professional Installation and the Business of IoT Things

By Julie Jacobson

In a CE Pro article not too long ago, I said it: the DIY trend is starting to get scary. I addressed some challenges in the pro channel considering the new world order — one that includes very good, very inexpensive smart-home solutions for do-it-your-selfers, along with an entire ecosystem that makes it simpler for people to purchase and install their smart devices, whether by themselves or with a little guidance from a pro.

>>Read more here.

Why Insurance Companies Want to Subsidize Your Smart Home

By Stacey Higginbotham

Insurers such USAA and American Family have lately begun offering to strike a high-tech bargain: wire your home with Internet-connected devices such as a new thermostat, and get a discount on your home insurance policy in return.

>>Read more here.

Stepping Up Security for an Internet-of-Things World

By Steve Lohr

The vision of the so-called internet of things — giving all sorts of physical things a digital makeover — has been years ahead of reality. But that gap is closing fast.

>>Read more here.

Smart-Home and Other Convenience Updates That Add Resale Value

By Anne Machalinski

Whether it’s a new state-of-the-art kitchen, a landscaped front yard or the addition of a top floor and roof deck on a townhouse, some updates can translate to real value on the resale of a luxury property, while others can fall flat.

>>Read more here.

A Great Product Must Meet the Needs of Customer, Technology and Your Business

Anyone in the business of designing a product should know that a key feature, a very important feature is the ease-of-use of that product. Designing a product that’s easy to use is not just nice but it’s a must in today’s competitive world. Consumers have plenty of choices and they don’t tolerate less than superior products that are hard to use.

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A Professional Security Dealer’s Edge: Must-Read for the Week

Welcome to our professional security dealers’ edge, a bi-weekly collection of the five articles this week that caught our eyes on the web.

 

As professional dealers, you’re busy focusing on your business, dealing with daily activities to keep your existing customers happy and to find more opportunities with new ones. Oftentimes, you just don’t have the time to keep up and be in-the-know of everything that’s happening in our industry. Yet, you know how important this is to stay competitive.

This is why we’ll be dedicating a post every other week to include links to articles that are interesting for our industry. We’ve done the homework so you won’t have to search for what’s important and what’s not.

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Secret to Success in New Security Market: 70% Decrease in System Install Time

Can you install a home security system in 30 minutes? Lafayette Locksmith and Security can. Here’s how.

 

Every professional security dealer strives to do more in less time while decreasing costs. That’s why we want to share what Lafayette Locksmith and Security in Louisiana has been doing. Lafayette has been successful in decreasing account creation costs and optimizing installation process, allowing system setups in record time.

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Results are In: 3rd Party Survey for Quality of Sales Teams

With over 100 combined years of serving customers and a passion for excellence, it’s no wonder that Resolution Products’ sales team is ranked #1 in a 3rd party survey by Readex Research. The survey is from a 2016 brand satisfaction study of suppliers for the security industry.

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We’re Expanding to Meet Customer Demands

Resolution Products has made great progress in offering innovative products for the security industry. To meet the increasing demands for our products and to better serve our customers, we’ve been growing our team and facility.  In this post, we’re excited to report on our current office expansion to accommodate for all the additional staff.

 

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ESX 2016: June 8th – 10th

This year’s Electronic Security Expo (ESX)  will take place June 8th through June 10th at the Fort Worth Convention Center with association meetings happening earlier in the week. If you haven’t registered for this event, you’ll still have time to do so by going to >>here. The conference catalogue can be found >>here.

 

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