June 28, 2018 -- Alliance Residential Company, in collaboration with Dwelo, Google and Nest, announces the launch of its "Alliance SmartHome" technology package across more than 25,000 luxury apartments nationwide. Utilizing thermostat and lighting control, digital home access and voice-enabled control, the smart tech will deliver convenience, connectivity and conservation capabilities, as well as provide management operational efficiencies.
The Alliance SmartHome package features the Nest Learning Thermostat and Google Home Mini with Google Assistant built-in, as well as smart locks, light switches and wall outlets. Control of all devices is centralized through Dwelo, an open platform compatible with a wide range of consumer and commercial iOT devices, with convenient access for residents via the Alliance SmartHome app for smart phones.
"With Alliance SmartHome, we have invested in bringing a platform and product package together that offers a truly great experience for our residents," says Brad Cribbins, President of Alliance's management division. "During the early exploration phases of this initiative, we realized there wasn't an existing platform and tech package that really delivered on the customer experience we were looking for. So our technology department, led by Senior Vice President of Technology Scott Pechersky, sought out companies who shared our vision for continued advancement in multifamily technology to be part of this collaboration. Dwelo's support and ability to scale were important factors in Alliance's decision to partner with them — the company recognizes that smart device rollouts are not purely about technology but also require a human solution for implementation and ongoing support."
"Dwelo is thrilled to be partnering with a group as respected and innovative as Alliance," says Mike Rovito, Dwelo CEO. "We are honored by the trust that Alliance is placing in us by selecting us for this rollout. Moreover, our customers have always been our greatest source of new ideas, and at Alliance we are partnering with a group of forward-thinking people who share our vision for multifamily technology. We've already seen what the clarity of their vision can do: forging a collaboration between us and the folks at Nest and Google to make the world's best smart devices available seamlessly to those who live at multifamily properties."
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