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Read: NAPCO Continues to Break Financial Records in Q4

NAPCO Continues to Break Financial Records in Q4

Despite a turbulent economic operating environment, NAPCO reports a Q4 sales increase of 22% to a record $43.2 million and a net income increase of 36% to $7.5 million.

Read: Alarm.com Revenue Up 12.7% in Q2, Celebrates Business Highlights

Alarm.com Revenue Up 12.7% in Q2, Celebrates Business Highlights

Alarm.com reported “solid” revenue gains during its second quarter and has a bullish outlook for rest of the year.

Read: Vivint Q2: Sale of Canadian Accounts Rockets Revenue to $407.3M

Vivint Q2: Sale of Canadian Accounts Rockets Revenue to $407.3M

Vivint added 26,328 new subscribers, a record for the second quarter, and reported an attrition rate of 10.9%, a 17-quarter low.

Read: Resideo Sees Record Q2 Revenues Courtesy of Price Hikes

Resideo Sees Record Q2 Revenues Courtesy of Price Hikes

Resideo’s Products and Solutions group had record revenues of $764 million, while its ADI Global Distribution unit hit record revenues of $922 million.

Read: Q2 Report: Google Nest Partnership Helps ADT Achieve Highest-Ever RMR Balance

Q2 Report: Google Nest Partnership Helps ADT Achieve Highest-Ever RMR Balance

ADT saw its numbers greatly improve over last year’s results, increasing its net income from a massive loss to a big gain.

Read: Snap One Q1 Report Shows Strong Demand for Smart Products

Snap One Q1 Report Shows Strong Demand for Smart Products

Snap One reported Q1 revenue growth of 26% to $277 million. Supply chain struggles will force it to initiate an 8% price hike in June.

Read: ADT Reports Q1 Revenues Rose 18% to $1.5B

ADT Reports Q1 Revenues Rose 18% to $1.5B

ADT also had a net income of $52 million compared to a net loss of $48 million last year in the same period.

Read: NAPCO Sets Another Record for Net Sales During Q3

NAPCO Sets Another Record for Net Sales During Q3

Despite the solid sales growth in Q3, NAPCO says its ability to fully meet demand for products continues to be constrained by the ongoing supply chain challenges, electronic component shortages and logistics delays.

Read: Alarm.com Bottom Line Takes Hit in Q1 Courtesy of Supply Chain Woes

Alarm.com Bottom Line Takes Hit in Q1 Courtesy of Supply Chain Woes

Though Alarm.com’s Q1 revenues rose 19% to $205M, hardware and shipping costs increased dramatically, resulting in a price increase for Q2.

Read: Vivint Sees Q1 Revenues Increase 14.7% to $392.7M

Vivint Sees Q1 Revenues Increase 14.7% to $392.7M

Vivint says it believes its 11.2% attrition rate is the lowest among national smart home companies by a significant margin.

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