Rent Manager Offers Smart Home Automation to Property Managers with PointCentral API

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Offers even more advanced technology solutions to Rent Manager users; helps them outpace the competition.

Enterprise Smart Home Automation for Property Managers Using Rent Manager
Early adoption of the technologies made available through Rent Manager’s API system is putting properties light-years ahead of the competition—securing higher rent prices and attracting more tenants.

London Computer Systems (LCS), developer of Rent Manager® property management software and other business-critical technologies, is pleased to announce the addition of smart home automation technology for Rent Manager users and their tenants through a new application program interface (API) partnership with PointCentral, a subsidiary of

Everyone wants a smart home. Whether it’s with Amazon’s Alexa playing a favorite song or Siri telling us today’s weather forecast, people are looking more and more to technology to make their lives at home easier. Now, with PointCentral home automation technology, Rent Manager users can provide that same level of convenience for their residents and staff alike.

PointCentral provides enterprise-grade smart home automation that was designed with property managers in mind. From remote thermostat operation and property-wide energy consumption insights; to instantaneous key code generation, access control, and monitoring on all of your doors; PointCentral is the key to running a state-of-the-art operation for tenants demanding the convenience of a smart home.

“Home automation technology is a crucial factor in helping property managers streamline their operations and save money for owners. PointCentral is delivering true ‘smarts’ to home automation through predictive analytics, while giving tenants the conveniences they want, like keyless access—including the ability to create one-time-use key codes for maintenance work or house guests—and control of locks, room temperature, lights and more, right from their smart phone,” shares Sean Miller, president of PointCentral. “Smart home automation will be a major driver of making the overall tenant experience more enjoyable and frictionless for the foreseeable future.”

Installation and implementation is easy, with PointCentral’s expert security installers across the U.S. who are ready to set up new properties with minimal interruption to daily operations. And because the system runs off of cellular data, wi-fi lag time and local power outages will never affect performance.

As the industry trends more toward the overarching implementation of technology, smart home properties will quickly become the norm, rather than the exception. Early adoption of the technologies made available through Rent Manager’s API system is putting properties light-years ahead of the competition—securing higher rent prices and attracting more tenants.

About LCS
Incorporated in 1987 and headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, London Computer Systems (LCS) is a developer of business-critical software used in all 50 states and several markets throughout the world. LCS products include Rent Manager® property management software, rmVoIP telephone systems, and enterprise-level hosting solutions via its Sentry Data Center.

LCS also provides complete network design, implementation and support services, and custom website development through its IT Services and Web Design Services divisions. With more than 20,000 users, LCS combines best technologies with best practices to create unique, affordable, customer-focused products and services.
For more information about LCS, please call 800-669-0871 or visit

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 energy costs, and improving guest and 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

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