ADT Pulse Helps Consumers Set Smarter Resolutions for the New Year
ADT, a leading provider of home security, offers streamlined solutions to save
time and money in 2013
BOCA RATON, Fla. -- January 9, 2013
Every January, Americans take time to reflect on the previous year, creating
resolutions for the year ahead. Whether they aim to save money or spend more
time with loved ones, consumers look for ways to get back on track after the
hectic holiday season. By providing home management with the push of a button,
the ADT Pulse^SM home automation system can help consumers easily stick to
their resolutions in 2013, and get more time back in their busy schedules.
“Our customers have told us that maintaining an organized, productive routine
while trying to save money can be a huge challenge,” said Tony Wells, chief
marketing officer at ADT. “With their needs in mind, we’ve further built out
the ADT Pulse ecosystem by allowing users to keep track of their home and
control its functions such as lights, thermostats and door locks from almost
ADT Pulse can be programmed to set a routine for a smarter home to help you
better meet your resolutions – no matter what your personality:
*The Multitasking Mom or Dad: For the mom or dad who wants to reduce their
stress levels this year, ADT Pulse can be programmed to take care of your
day-to-day responsibilities, making home management less stressful even if
you work outside the home. Through the ADT Pulse app for iPhone and
Android, Pulse users can create a schedule to turn off lights the kids
always forget or check-in via live video to make sure children are working
on their homework each day.
*An Energy-Conscious Consumer: For those planning to cut costs in 2013,
Pulse has a programmable thermostat that automatically adjusts the
temperature in your home. According to the US EPA’s Energy Star Program,
by properly programming your thermostat settings, you can save about $180
every year in energy costs.
*A Protective Parent: For the parents who work full time and want to feel
more connected to their kids, ADT Pulse’s alert capabilities can let you
know when your kids come home from school with a text message or e-mail.
If your children do not come home when expected, ADT Pulse can even send
an alert noting that the front door was not opened on schedule. Backed by
six ADT-owned and operated customer monitoring centers, ADT Pulse can be
on alert for you and your family to help protect and connect what matters
*The Concerned Caretaker: For families who want to show special loved ones
that they’re always there for them, ADT Pulse provides constant connection
throughout the day. For example, if your elderly mother usually wakes up
before 9:00 am, but the motion sensor in your kitchen does not detect
movement, ADT Pulse can send a text so you can proactively check on her
instead of worrying from afar. Users can even unlock their front or back
doors in real time from any web-connected device to let a visiting nurse
into the home.
With its interactive and customizable features, ADT Pulse can help monitor
your home from wherever you are so you can reclaim time in your schedule and
focus on meeting your goals in 2013. To learn more about the ADT Pulse system,
please visit: www.adtpulse.com.
The ADT Corporation (NYSE: ADT) is a leading provider of electronic security,
interactive home and business automation and monitoring services for
residences and small businesses in the United States and Canada. ADT's broad
and pioneering set of products and services, including ADT Pulse interactive
home and business solutions, and home health services, meet a range of
customer needs for today’s active and increasingly mobile lifestyles.
Headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida, ADT helps provide peace of mind to more
than six million customers, and it employs approximately 16,000 people at 200
locations. More information is available at www.adt.com.
The ADT Corporation
Sarah Cohn, 561-322-7029
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