Nomad launches early adopter programme

Issue 5 2022 Editor's Choice, News, Integrated Solutions, Smart Home Automation

As reported in Hi-Tech Security Solutions earlier this year (www.securitysa.com/16266r), Nomad has launched its Early Adopter Programme. Participants in the programme will receive 10% of their volume order to facilitate testing before the commercial launch later this year.

Security In Motion’s Chris Crutcher says an array of tests has been run on the hardware and software, however, it is also planning for any unexpected change requests from buyers that may arise before the launch.

“A major source of information will be these early adopters regarding applicable refinements. Also, this programme is by invitation only to ensure we receive feedback from specific verticals.”

He adds, “Another benefit to this programme is that all early adopters during our second-phase build will receive the same quantity of prototype units during our third rollout at no additional charge, which will be the last one before we go to market.”

For more information go to www.getnomad.net or contact [email protected]




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