When people talk about smart systems and automation, most will think of Google Home, Alexa, or Siri. Home automation systems have become readily more available to the everyday consumer to help better the quality of their life. However, that is not the only use for these smart tech gadgets.
Alabama’s innovative systems expert, Sphere Audio Video, wrote an article on how automated smart systems can help reduce overall business costs. Entitled ‘Cut Business Costs With Automated Smart Systems‘ discusses reducing overhead costs by updating your home office or business location with automated smart systems. An example he used was how to save on wasteful energy by programming your smart system to shut off certain electricals when not in use.
One of the essential information the article tries to convey and communicate is that automated systems cut costs and help run your business efficiently if done correctly. The best example of this is perhaps found in the following extract:
‘Many computers and appliances stay turned on during lunch, all night, and at other downtimes. The wasted energy results in a higher power bill, but the amount of work done using the devices stays the same. What’s worse is that the problem is easily avoidable. By using automated systems, you can stop this power drain. Simply set devices to shut down when no one is there and power up before they get back. You don’t have to create any policies or depend on people to remember to do it. Everyone contributes to the solution even at times when they are not around.’
Sphere Audio Video now welcomes comments from readers of the article. In addition, anyone who has a specific question about automated smart systems can contact Sphere Audio Video via their website at https://sphereav.com.
Those interested in reading more about automated smart systems could read the full at https://sphereav.com/cut-business-costs-with-automated-smart-systems/ or the many other articles in their archive.
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