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9.10.20 – SSI – BOSTON

SimpliSafe Business Security was designed to support businesses across industries, including healthcare, restaurant and retail.

DIY home security provider SimpliSafe announces the release of SimpliSafe Business Security, a suite of products and services the company says are curated to meet the unique needs of both single and multi-unit business owners.

The offering has been designed to support businesses across industries, including healthcare, restaurant and retail, and directly addresses many of the pain points that businesses often encounter when it comes to their protection, according to the company.

SimpliSafe Business Security features a wireless system with cellular back-up and no long-term commitment required. Customers have the ability to adapt and add components as their needs change with no additional monitoring charges.

“Over the last decade, we’ve protected more than 100,000 businesses of varying sizes and industries across the country,” says Don LeBlanc, chief commercial officer at SimpliSafe. “With the launch of SimpliSafe Business Security, we’re taking the insights that we’ve gained from thousands of customer conversations over the years and introducing an offering that meets their diverse needs, including business-specific SKUs and a fully dedicated e-commerce shop.

He continues, “We’re building on our proven ability to support business owners and making protection even more accessible. The number of challenges and insecurities business owners face has been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. We believe the security of their business should not be one of those challenges, and we’re helping to deliver protection and peace of mind at a time when they need it most.”

SimpliSafe says the specialized offering has features and services specifically geared towards multi-site businesses, including a property management dashboard, which offers a streamlined, single-screen view into and control over all of their systems, and dedicated account management from the company’s commercial customer success team.

The DIY security solution has already been implemented at businesses such as Boost Mobile retail locations in Nashville and McDonald’s restaurants in the Greater Houston area.

SimpliSafe’s chief competitor Ring launched a DIY security system for small businesses in August of last year.