Axius Wants to Help You Manage Your Customer’s Smart Home
One of the most difficult aspects of trying to make a home smart is trying to problem solve when something in the home is acting rather dumb. Consumers are becoming increasing aware of the opportunities presented by the smart home market, and they’re also becoming increasingly aware of the frustrations around trying to get those products to work. According to Parks Associates, 26 percent of consumers currently own a smart home device; and one-half of smart home device owners who attempted to set their product up by themselves experienced problems.
That alone is enough of a red flag—and perhaps a beacon of hope—for the integrator community. But even when a professional installer sets a smart home product up, they may not know the full story behind other connected products in that consumer’s home. Problems are going to inevitably crop up.
And that’s where Axius hopes to step in and help both the integrator and consumer.