Essence, the leading provider of M2M, cloud-based connected-living solutions, has closed seven new deals in Europe, APAC, LATAM and Israel over the past three months. This opens up new business opportunities for service providers looking to differentiate their offerings with simple to use and comprehensive smart home and home care solutions.
The company provides Smart Living, Smart Security, and Smart Care offerings.
WeR@Home, The Smart Living offering is a connected home solution that allows security, communications, and other service providers to easily bring the Internet of Things to their customers' homes. The system is Z-wave compatible, allowing it to connect to more than 1,000 certified low power consumption devices, such as lighting control and thermostats.
Care@Home- Essence Smart Care offering is the next generation for in-home eldercare solutions, enhancing quality of life for senior citizens while bringing peace of mind to family members. It is self-learning, tracking patterns of activity and alerting the appropriate caregivers if things change. Care@Home is managed via intuitive, mobile and web-based apps.
Essence’s EverGuard ensures customers' business innovation and sustainable growth and continues to be committed to professional security providers with the Smart Security offering
These solutions are modular, scalable, and allow service providers to begin offering basic services and add options as adoption develops. Essence is committed to developing and supporting solutions that both enhance partners' businesses and enable people to live fuller and better lives.
Ben Weinberger (News - Alert), Deputy CEO of Essence said in a statement, “Three of the new deals are with Tier 1 service providers who have quickly seen the value of our technology to simultaneously enhance customer loyalty and grow ARPU with a short time to market of under four months.”
"With Essence, they get the complete package with minimal hassle and maximum satisfaction. The ROI for service providers and value proposition to consumers are very clear," concluded Weinberger.
Edited by Maurice Nagle