We’ve loved running this campaign on Indiegogo because of the direct line we’ve had to our customers.
MILWAUKEE, WI (PRWEB) September 16, 2015
With just a week left in its Indiegogo campaign, Westinghouse Security’s Nucli campaign has raised over $110,000, which is more than twice its original funding goal. The smart deadbolt has also far surpassed its first stretch goal of $75,000 and will now be offering a limited edition Black Chrome finish exclusively through the Indiegogo campaign.
The Westinghouse Security team has also implemented a referral program, through Indiegogo, that offers contributors the opportunity to earn Nucli for free. Using Indiegogo’s advanced analytics, Westinghouse Security is able to track contributors’ referrals and will refund contributors for their Nucli purchase if they refer five new backers to the campaign.
“We’ve loved running this campaign on Indiegogo because of the direct line we’ve had to our customers,” said Kevin Henderson, creator of Nucli. “We’re constantly surveying our supporters so we can make Nucli exactly how they want it.”
Nucli is currently available on Indiegogo, through September 24th, at a limited time, discounted price of $325. The Westinghouse Security team soon plans to introduce to the campaign spare USB chargers, 3200 mAh batteries and USB zWave Controllers that connect the Westinghouse Security app running on a computer to Nucli, without using Wi-Fi (unless Wi-Fi is needed for a specific function) to preserve battery life.
To learn more about Nucli, visit the campaign page at bit.ly/WHNucliIGG or email mary(at)westinghousesecurity(dot)com.
About Westinghouse Security
Westinghouse Security designs and builds both locks and smart devices for use in home, commercial and other applications. Our products support Wi-Fi, Z-Wave and Bluetooth connectivity and are broadly compatible with smart devices from other manufacturers. Westinghouse Security is based in Orlando FL, with facilities also located in Milwaukee WI. WESTINGHOUSE and INNOVATION YOU CAN BE SURE OF are trademarks of Westinghouse Electric Corporation. For more information, visit http://www.westinghousesecurity.com.