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Snap One™ Expands Security Portfolio with Alarm.com Products

Snap One, a leading manufacturer and distributor of smart living technology, provides entertainment, connectivity, automation, and security solutions to residential and commercial end users worldwide.

Snap One expands commercial-grade surveillance, access control, and video doorbell solutions by offering Alarm.com products through its U.S. Partner Portal, providing Partners greater choice and flexibility.

Snap One is integrating Alarm.com products into its U.S. Partner Portal to enhance security solutions, streamline ordering, meet diverse customer demands, and increase market competitiveness.

Snap One recently announced it is broadening its commercial-grade surveillance, access control and video doorbell solutions by offering Partners a variety of products from Alarm.com through its U.S. Partner Portal. According to Snap One Senior Security Director Clint Choate, the move provides Partners greater choice and flexibility to purchase and deploy leading security solutions through the same convenient procurement process and reliable supply chain as their other Snap One purchases.

“Our top priority is to support our Partners’ needs and projects by offering the most in-demand products in every category through a streamlined ordering process, including the latest offerings from Alarm.com,” said Choate. “By adding Alarm.com to our portfolio, Partners can now confidently respond to customer requests for specific security solutions and enjoy greater flexibility and choice when bidding on jobs.”

Alarm.com’s leading platform for the intelligently connected property features mobile and web-based end user apps that can be deployed by both commercial and residential security integrators. Its platform supports a wide variety of security, access control and automation solutions, including video doorbells and cameras, energy management, NVRs, access control devices and cellular-based sensors. Perhaps most importantly for Partners, Alarm.com’s solutions include a partner portal that facilitates recurring monthly revenue opportunities for security integrators.

“We are excited for Snap One to make Alarm.com’s leading products and solutions even more accessible to more security integrators and look forward to welcoming new users who want to expand their offerings to land more jobs,” said Andy Feldman, Vice President, North American Field Sales at Alarm.com. “Our solutions offer Snap One Partners further commercial security options that deliver professional protection for end users across one, or multiple business locations.”

Carrying a total of 48 unique Alarm.com SKUs, Snap One is providing Partners access to powerful video solutions with the brand’s paid cloud-based video storage, health monitoring and intelligent analytics. Alarm.com cameras are NDAA compliant and come in multiple form factors for various uses. Alarm.com also provides cloud-based access control that offers user management, alarm control and video integration through its mobile app or web dashboard.

“With Alarm.com, Snap One Partners now have ready access to optimized solutions for standalone security, surveillance and access control projects. Additionally, Partners have access to integrated security and surveillance systems designed for native compatibility with our Control4 smart system and OvrC remote management platform,” Choate said. “Not only does this simplify ordering and broaden access, it also ensures every purchase counts toward our Partner loyalty program rewards and delivers maximum value.”

The new additions to Snap One’s catalog expand on the existing security and access control solutions from leading in-house brands Control4, Clare Controls and Luma, and popular third-party providers including Digital Watchdog and Nest. All Alarm.com purchases made through the Snap One Partner Portal accrue 1X points toward Partner Rewards.

 

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