PointCentral Announces Integration With Amazon Echo and Google Home Voice Assistants

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Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant Integration Enables Easier Device Control for Tenants and Guests


PointCentral, the recognized leader in enterprise-scale Smart Home Automation solutions for vacation rental, residential and multi-family property managers, today announced the integration of their Enterprise Smart Home solutions with Amazon Alexa and Google Home Assistant. Tenants and guests staying in rental properties equipped with PointCentral’s technology solution will now have the ability to control the PointCentral locks, thermostats, lighting and other Smart Home devices with their voice.

“The Amazon Echo and Google Home voice-enabled devices are perfect add-ons to any property with PointCentral Smart Home products,” stated Sean Miller, president of PointCentral. “With simple voice commands, tenants and guests can use their voice to naturally lock and unlock doors, control thermostats, turn lights on and off, and even command groups of devices and set scenes. They can also tap into other convenient services that voice assistants provide, such as local restaurant searches, timers, alarm clocks and music services.”

Property managers who combine voice control with their PointCentral Smart Home solution will enjoy increased customer satisfaction, which equates to more and longer stays. With research showing that 56% of households already own a voice-enabled smart device like the Amazon Echo or Google Home, it’s no wonder that guests and tenants have come to expect these types of conveniences in their rental property.

About PointCentral
PointCentral, a subsidiary of Alarm.com, provides short and long-term property managers with an enterprise-class solution that monitors and controls Smart Home technology across all properties in their inventory over a best-in-class secure and reliable network – increasing property awareness, reducing energy costs and improving tenant satisfaction. PointCentral’s solutions allow property managers to realize operational efficiencies, while 86% of millennial renters and 65% of baby boomer renters are willing to pay more for a property with Smart Home automation. For more information, please visit http://www.pointcentral.com

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