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Alarm.com Partners with Aviva for Smart Home Security in Ireland

By Chrissie Cluney September 11, 2018

Alarm.com, which is a platform for the intelligently connected property, has announced that Aviva, a leading European insurance provider, will offer Alarm.com's cloud-based smart home security and automation services to its customers in Ireland.

The solution, Aviva Smart Home, will connect the company’s customers to their home through a single, easy to use mobile app. The app will control the property’s security, heating, and lighting. The professionally installed and monitored service will be brought to market in partnership with Smartzone. This company is known as an expert smart home and energy services company in Ireland.

Aviva Smart Home will include Alarm.com’s advanced solutions for protecting properties from break-ins, fires and water damage. Directly offering Aviva Smart Home to policyholders will help Aviva increase customer engagement, generate new growth opportunities and reduce the frequency and impact of claims.

“We’re excited to partner with innovative companies like Smartzone and Aviva,” said Reed Grothe, SVP, International Business Development, Alarm.com. “Alarm.com’s cloud-based services enable a diversity of service provider businesses around the globe to generate business value from smart home and business solutions. We’re pleased to support Aviva’s strategic vision for applying these solutions to drive growth and connect more deeply with their customers.”

Alarm.com’s service provider partners can quickly and confidently go to market with a flexible suite of property security, monitoring and automation solutions. An extensible cloud platform facilitates service localization and limits risk and upfront capital costs. Alarm.com's Growth and Productivity Services make installations more efficient and enable remote support for deployed solutions. 

"As the global leader in smart home services, Alarm.com was the right partner for Aviva," said Brian Mahon, chief underwriting officer, Aviva Ireland. "We're confident that Alarm.com's platform provides both the reliability and ongoing innovation we need to extend our market leadership and brand into the smart home space."

Together, Alarm.com and Aviva are changing the way the population of Ireland protect their valuables. The two companies are accomplishing this through a partnership to introduce the latest in home security technology.


Chrissie Cluney has been a correspondent for IoT Evolution World since 2015. She holds a degree in English with a concentration in writing from the College of Saint Elizabeth.

Edited by Ken Briodagh
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