All In RMR
Perfect for temporary construction sites or remote locations, Visualint Virtual Officer from SnapAV packs a NEMA utility box with everything needed for PTZ video surveillance. Add leasing or video monitoring for RMR.
Julie Jacobson · November 27, 2017
Smart-home integrators with successful recurring-revenue programs reveal at CE Pro Summit how they earn $3,000 to $6,000 per day in service RMR, and charge $49/month for network monitoring.
Jason Knott · November 07, 2017
The ConnectWise platform helped Stamm Media and Stamm Technologies go from a company in crisis to one that bids on–and regularly wins–large projects.
CE Pro Editors · October 27, 2017
Home-technology integrators get a “share of the economics” when they add Eero Plus cybersecurity service to Eero mesh-networking solutions.
CE Pro Editors · September 07, 2017
Domotz remote network system powers new Krika Concierge service for smart-home pros who wish to provide 24/7 tech support for their connected customers.
Julie Jacobson · September 03, 2017
CEDIA 2017: Eero’s new PoE adapter facilitates ceiling-mounted Wi-Fi installs; remote networking management software lets pros monitor clients’ smart homes from one dashboard.
Julie Jacobson · August 22, 2017
Debuting at CEDIA 2017, new ProVue platform melds Ihiji’s Invision remote systems management (RSM) platform with Service Manager operational software; adds consumer-facing app for basic monitoring, diagnostics and reboots.
Julie Jacobson · August 18, 2017
Free CEPro webcast, originally recorded live on August 23rd – learn how if you apply just one of the stealthy strategies you will learn in the webinar, you can increase your RMR TODAY.
CE Pro Editors · August 09, 2017
Smart-home integrator Axius signed more than 500 customers to Domotz-based remote IoT management service in just four months; launching wholesale monitoring and end-user support for other home-tech pros at CEDIA 2017.
Julie Jacobson · August 04, 2017
How do we continue to secure a smart home after manufacturers discontinue support for older home-automation hubs, smart TVs, connected lights and other IoT devices? Krika’s Bruno Napoli weighs in.
Julie Jacobson · August 02, 2017