DMP's Virtual Keypad Access wins ESX 2018 TechVision Challenge

Two other DMP offerings win ESX Innovation Awards this year
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Wednesday, June 27, 2018

NASHVILLE, Tenn.—DMP recently announced that it received the ESX TechVision Challenge award for its Virtual Keypad Access, bringing the company its second TechVision Challenge award in two years.

The awards were presented at the 2018 ESX show, held in Nashville, Tenn., from June 19 to 22. “It’s an honor to see Virtual Keypad Access win an ESX Innovation Award and then the TECHVISION Challenge Best-of-Show,” DMP’s director of product management and support Brad Tucker said in the announcement. “We’re excited that others see the value in our program.”

Because Virtual Keypad Access is maintained via the cloud, it allows consumers to remotely manage their own systems, or their dealers can manage it for them, DMP said.

“Security companies can grow their businesses by helping their customers drive down costs, not only in personnel requirements to manage access control, but also in the cost of the systems,” DMP product manager for access control Adam Kinder said in the announcement. “Likewise, dealers have less installation time and monthly costs so they have lower overhead expenses. They can secure more recurring revenue by charging a premium for services like intrusion, managed access control, and video all in a single web-based or mobile app. Their customers benefit by not having to take care of it themselves.”

DMP also received awards in the “Installation/Service Tools” category for DMP’s Dealer Admin 2.0—the company’s administrative portal—and in the “Mobile Apps for Consumers” category for its DMP’s Virtual Keypad 6.0—DMP’s mobile app.

“All three of these award-winning programs give our dealers the tools they need to reinforce value and brand loyalty among their existing customers and grow with new ones,” Tucker said. “We’re honored to be among this year’s award recipients and equally honored to partner with our dealers in providing the services their customers want.”