Stay a Step Ahead with Remote Monitoring Solutions

CytexOne Troubleshoots Issues Before Human Detection

Unscheduled downtime of hospitality automation systems can drastically affect your Greenwich, CT hotel’s bottom line. Studies estimate that of the total time spent fixing a system issue, 76 percent of the time is spent before the fixing even begins.

  • 8% of the time is spent figuring out if there is a real problem
  • Another 20% of the time is spent diagnosing the problem
  • And 47% is finding the resources to fix the problem

Millennials and Commercial Automation Shape the Workplace

Collaboration Solutions Make for a More Competitive Workforce

The makeup of the American workforce has shifted in recent years. According to Pew Research Center, in the first quarter of 2015, Millennials surpassed Generation X to become the largest share of the labor force. A year earlier Millennials surpassed the Baby Boom generation, which comes as no surprise as Boomers are retiring. Why should this workforce milestone matter to C-suite executives?

Transform Operational Efficiency with Hotel Automation

CytexOne Solves Problems with Easy-to-Use Technology

Operations staff bear the burden of fulfilling the promises that a hotel’s marketing effort has made while enticing potential guests to book a room. Well-executed operational functions are a key determinant of whether a guest’s stay meets their expectations and whether they check out satisfied. As hoteliers know, acquiring new customers can be costly, but a satisfied hotel guest provides savings in terms of marketing budgets and in turn becomes a loyal customer and brand ambassador. As a hospitality manager or owner, we know you’re focused on exceeding customer expectations and maintaining a culture of service quality. What if you could provide your guests with uncompromising amenities and anticipate their needs?

What is new with IoT in 2016?

We are less than 2 weeks into the New Year and a lot is brewing. At the CES show in Las Vegas, IoT products and tech concepts have been making a big splash.  IoT in 2016 is about smarter devices, more connectivity, and then the need to manage and control and operate all these ‘things’ with the least amount of tools and expense.

The Benefits of the Cloud for Smart Buildings

At CytexOne we are always looking for strategic ways to make things better. We use the cloud to help our customers when we build and maintain smart businesses, smart homes and smart hospitality solutions.

We install management and monitoring systems that we can securely and remotely access and adjust. If a device or service fails we can often see it in real-time, and quickly respond. When we get a call from a client, we quickly pull up our discovery and management tools to review the system connection, device operations and overall system health. The best part is that we do the work in the speediest way to get things running again.

Creating Great Experiences for Our Customers

At CytexOne, we love what we do. We strive to be exceptional. Most importantly, we want our customers to love what we can accomplish to their benefit.

Making technology simple is just the start.  We are driven by the best-in-class technology, from homes, to commercial buildings, hotels, real estate and MDUs, we specialize in IoT, M2M, networking and Audio Visual (AV). We are motivated to stay ahead of the curve. To that end, we constantly test new ideas and technology to  incorporate into our tried and true systems. 

CytexOne Technology, LLC to Present at New York City Real Estate Expo

CytexOne CEO Dan Levine to educate attendees on the use of IoT for Energy Efficiency in Commercial Buildings 

Nov. 10, 2015 – New York City, NY — CytexOne Technology, LLC will be delivering a presentation on the use of the Internet of Things (IoT) for energy efficiency in commercial buildings. Dan Levine, co-Founder and CEO of CytexOne, will explain how the IoT underpins sustainable solutions for energy efficient commercial buildings, outlining how IoT and wireless serves as a platform that developers, building operations and occupants trust and rely on for energy savings and their comfort. Learn more about CytexOne commercial solutions. 

How Best of Breed Works for You

Is your technology partner offering only a narrow range of single vendor and proprietary IoT products for your smart home, hotel or commercial building project?

This is a really big question. The fact is, many of the larger companies advertising robust smart technologies have plenty of financial incentive to do just that, because selling volume products from just one or two of the big vendors can result in much steeper discounts for them, keeping their costs and installation hours lower. Unfortunately, this age old practice of ‘big IT’ is usually at the expense of you, the customer!

Smart Homes. Smart People.

A trusted old saying,“Home is where the hearth is,” these days is taking on new meaning, as the family fireplace could very well be integrated with a remote control and tied to a thermostat using your in-home’s wireless network. Making it both warm and smart.

With the rise of connected technologies and the Internet of Things (IoT), homeowners, be it in apartments or large luxury residential spreads, are now investing in effective, convenient, and forward thinking technologies into their own homes. From automated lighting and controlled temperature, to smart locks, cameras and enhanced security systems, these technologies not only create simplicity and convenience, but also can cut household costs dramatically with energy savings.

But, the advantages go far beyond eye candy. One of biggest benefits of having a smart home pays off in the long run. Having an integrated system within a home adds tremendous value to its market worth.

Press Coverage: Barron’s – New TVs, New Advisors

by Glenn Kenny

The world of home entertainment technology is evolving at breakneck speed. In the same way flat-screen televisions made the tube television as quaint as a rotary phone virtually overnight, the once familiar plasma display panels are now on the way out.

They are being replaced by 4K display, which delivers 4,000 pixels of resolution, a huge leap over the current home high-definition format, which maxes out at 1,080 pixels. The 4K display televisions range in size from 39 to 85 inches and prices, accordingly, range from $500 to $40,000.