As PointCentral Momentum In The Multifamily Property Market Accelerates, An Industry Veteran Is Tapped To Leverage Growth In Enterprise Smart Home Automation

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Debbie Kimball, Former Exec. For LeaseTerm Insurance Group, Joins PointCentral Team

“Debbie is a rock star in the multifamily industry,” said Sean Miller, president of PointCentral.

PointCentral, the recognized leader in enterprise-scale Smart Home Automation solutions for multi-family and single-family managers of short and long-term properties, today announced they have added to their team a veteran of the multifamily property industry – Mrs. Debbie Kimball, formerly vice president sales at LeaseTerm Insurance Group, LLC, Dallas, Texas.

As senior account manager responsible for identifying and prospecting new sales opportunities in the multifamily market, Mrs. Kimball will nurture and grow new and existing relationships in the Texas and Southeast markets and introduce apartment owners and managers to the PointCentral smart home solution.

“I have witnessed the positive impact that PointCentral is having in the multifamily market and am thrilled to have the opportunity to introduce multifamily property managers to PointCentral’s enterprise smart home automation solutions,” said Kimball.

“Debbie is a rock star in the multifamily industry,” said Sean Miller, president of PointCentral. “She not only brings a wealth of industry knowledge and insight, she has the skillsets that are very valuable to our company and our customers and will help to ensure PointCentral continues to lead the industry in smart home automation.”

About PointCentral
PointCentral, a subsidiary of (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 operational costs and improving resident 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

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