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Miotta Unveils Professionally Monitored “Smarter Premises as a Service”

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Miotta SPaaS Will Help Global Security Dealers, Communications Service Providers Increase ARPU, Strengthen Customer Loyalty, Lower Operating and Capital Costs

Fremont, Calif., May 15, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- – Miotta, formerly Mivatek, has unveiled its newest “Smarter Premises as a Service,” allowing global service providers to offer turnkey, RMR-based, smart home, enterprise, and care protection services.

The new Miotta Smarter Premises as a Service, or SPaaS, relies on Miotta’s advanced mobile-cloud software. Using this specialized software, service providers can offer their customers turnkey, automated, expandable video-IoT systems with integrated multipurpose and multi-location capabilities. These systems ultimately provide homeowners with collaborative video-verified security, safety, and care service, giving them the utmost peace of mind by ensuring that all respective authorized mobile users are alerted in the event of a security- or health-related event.

Competing with ADT, Vivint, Comcast, and AT&T, Miotta’s SPaaS requires no professional installers, a significant cost savings. Miotta’s mobile-cloud allows service providers to offer interactive/collaborative, high-roof-count monitoring services, while dramatically reducing the providers’ capital and operating expenses and enabling them to expand their geographic range and scope of service. This translates to increased ARPU (average revenue per user) and allows Miotta’s B2B customers to collect valuable premises data, increase brand awareness, and strengthen customer loyalty.

These security services are not only available to residential users but to enterprises of all sizes as well.

Consumers will see considerable benefits from Miotta’s SPaaS offering. Starting with a simple video-IoT security system, consumers can easily expand their system to cover multi-location smarter homes, and business security systems covering video-verified security, safety, and care protection services in one single mobile-app. The addition of professional monitoring services provides consumers with an additional security safety net. Further, the video verification feature of the system will help to significantly reduce false alarm rates.   

The user collaboration app allows the system owner to manage video access privileges with video privacy and supervisory control. Owners and family members can be functionally separated from neighbors, friends, and concierge oversight while all are alerted simultaneously in the event of an emergency. The video-verified app also connects to professional monitoring call centers. The event video recording and verification prevents false alarms, and the recorded-event video evidence ensures prioritized emergency response from first responders.

“We are excited to unveil our newest Smarter Premises partnership program not only to security dealers but to global service providers,” said Joe Liu, Miotta CEO. “Our turnkey, video-integrated security, safety, and care mobile-cloud has made smart home and enterprise protection easy and affordable for service providers and consumers.”

ABOUT MIOTTA

Miotta offers B2B2C “Smarter Premises as a Service” (SPaaS) for global service providers to grow ARPU, acquire premises data, and build brand awareness. Miotta has integrated plug-n-play video-IoT systems; multifaceted, collaborative, video-verified protection services; and professional call-center monitoring service. This allows carriers to offer RMR-based, integrated smart home, enterprise, and care protection services. Miotta’s mobile-cloud benefits include enterprise-class services at a competitive rate; integrated event-video collaboration; ultra-low CapEx and OpEx; multi-site protection; false-alarm reduction; and more. For more information visit www.miotta.com.   

Media Contacts:
Arthur Sesnovich
Bulldog Communications
(508) 485-0776
art@bulldog-communications.com

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