Portland, Ore. (PRWEB) May 25, 2016
PointCentral, the recognized leader in keyless Smart Home solutions for vacation rental management companies, today announced significant growth has been achieved in the vacation rental segment they entered just four years ago. With a year-over-year increase of over 30%, PointCentral is now widely installed in more than 100 vacation rental companies from the Outer Banks to Hawaii.
“I am proud to say that PointCentral Vacation Rental Management customers are profiting from the many benefits of our enterprise Smart Home technology,” said Greg Burge, president of PointCentral. “These professional management companies recognize that going keyless and taking control of access and temperature across all of their vacation rental properties is good for their homeowners, their guests and their bottom line.”
Among the numerous industry leading companies to recently sign with PointCentral are MetaCoastal, Glen Burnie, Md., Newman Daily Resort Property Management, Miramar Beach, Fla., Lewis Realty Associates, Surf City, N.C., and Eastern Shore Vacation Rental, Easton, Md.
“PointCentral’s cellular capability and proven success gave us the confidence to build a Smart Home infrastructure across our vacation rental enterprises in more than 10 markets,” said Scott Fasano, chief real estate officer at MetaCoastal. “The solution has positively impacted every area of our business, streamlining processes, improving the client experience, and offering a revenue opportunity.”
PointCentral, headquartered in Portland, Ore., with offices in Tysons, Va., designs, manufactures and markets Smart Home hardware and software products for the vacation rental management and residential property management markets. PointCentral solutions provide customers in these markets with the ability to monitor and control access and temperature across all the properties in their inventory – reducing risk, improving security, controlling assets, reducing energy costs and improving guest/tenant satisfaction. Visit PointCentral.com for more.