Kidde Commercial introduces KESMobile

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Kidde Commercial, an industry leader in fire and life safety for over a century, has announced the launch of KESMobile, the next generation in remote fire and life safety systems management.

According to the company, its innovative cloud-based service productivity tool provides service providers with enhanced real-time data access, allowing them to optimise the management of individual systems, sites, and site groups, with data for informed decision-making and resource optimisation, the company says.

In an industry where every second counts, KESMobile empowers site managers with real-time insights, accessible both remotely and on-site, all within a single, intuitive dashboard. This optimisation of operational workflows and efficiencies helps ensure that service providers stay fully informed about the real-time status of their systems enabling proactive, well-informed system management resource planning and efficient service scheduling.

Key benefits to service providers:

● Live System Monitoring: Real-time activity insights to minimise disruptions.

● Streamlined Troubleshooting: Remote diagnostics and system analytics.

● Real-time Reporting: Immediate and remote access to comprehensive reports.

● Complete Event History: Comprehensive panel history access for compliance reporting.

“KESMobile exemplifies Kidde Commercial’s commitment to creating and leveraging cutting-edge technology to continuously evolve the future of fire & life safety so that it is not just secure, but also smart and accessible.” said Kartik Kumar, VP & GM Commercial Fire and Kidde Commercial Managing Director.

KESMobile is now available to both our valued dealers and those interested in becoming dealers. Discover how KESMobile can optimise the management and maintenance of your fire and life safety systems. Learn more and dive deeper into its capabilities and functionalities by watching our informative product overview video, here.

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