SSI’s 2020 Home Automation Deep Dive reveals what is helping offset a slowdown in installed system sales due to COVID-19.
The home security satisfaction survey also revealed that COVID-19 has driven an increase in purchasing or upgrading home security systems.
A Nov. 12 webcast hosted by Evolv Technology will examine results of a recent survey that reveals implications for venue and facility operators.
The more a dealer knows about their customer’s buying habits and patterns, the better prepared they can be to ask the right questions.
Self-installed security systems, with and without professional monitoring attached, spikes due to COVID-19 challenges on the home front. SSI’s 2020 Home Automation Deep Dive reveals what else is helping offset a slowdown in installed system sales.
Respondents also cited supply chain management (49%), losing customers (37%) and shifting business models (30%) as the biggest business concerns.
As COVID-19 accelerates the work from home trend, employees are reskilling and retraining themselves for the future of work.
That’s the latest projection from ABI Research, which says governmental budgetary restrictions, a shift in commercial investments and hygiene are to blame.
Conducted by Schoen Cooperman Research, the newly released poll found that 68% of Americans say facial recognition technology can make society safer.
That’s according to a Parks Associates survey that also queries U.S. broadband households about their opinions on self-monitored security systems.