Portland, OR (PRWEB) January 03, 2018
PointCentral, the leader in enterprise-scale Smart Home Automation solutions for short term vacation rental, residential, single-family and multi-family property managers, today announced they are re-organizing their sales teams to better align with the markets they are focusing on for 2018 and beyond.
Effective immediately, Stan Earnshaw, formerly vice president of sales for the Vacation Rental Market (VRM), will move to head up the Residential Property Management (RPM) group. Steve Outslay, formerly vice president of sales for RPM will move to lead the newly formed Single Family Rental (SFR) group. Adam Norko, formerly an account manager in the VRM group is being promoted to director of sales and will head up the Short Term Rental (STR) group, formerly VRM. Mike Branam, director of sales, will head up the previously formed Multi-Dwelling Units (MDU) group. Jamey King, formerly with the VRM group will head up the newly formed Partners group.
“As we start the new year, I want to make sure we are properly positioned to address the needs of the markets that are a good fit for PointCentral’s enterprise Smart Home Automation solutions,” stated Sean Miller, president of PointCentral. “The four markets we are focusing on, Short Term Rental, Residential Property Management, Single Family Rental, and Multi-Dwelling Units, represent a combined market potential of nearly 42 million households in Smart Home Automation and we intend for PointCentral to be the preferred supplier in each one.”
PointCentral, a subsidiary of Alarm.com (Nasdaq: ALRM), 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.