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About Doorman

The doorman, is 4 devices in one, peep hole, doorbell, an intercom and voice mail for your door. The Doorman, fits into the 270 million in the U.S.A. The FBI estimated 2.2 million burglaries occurred in the U.S. in 2010. Lost is estimated to be $4.6B. Residential accounted for 73.9%. 60.5% were attacked by opening the front door. Now! You dont have to be in 2 places at the same time. The doorman will take your messages Ladies! Kids ! home alone And afraid to answer the door The doorman allows you to screen your visitors & protect your privacy. If you live in a dorm a singles or seniors s complex the doorman is great for internal communications It keeps your message personal and private For safety. The doorman eliminates notes and message boards that indicate to burglars that you are not at home The doorman is portable, easy to install, no wiring and runs on just 2 AA batteries. What a gift

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Virtual Doorman® Offering Free, Expanded Services for all Customers During COVID-19 Emergency

Apr 13, 2020

Creator of the remote doorman industry is committed to providing additional security and support to keep customers and personnel safe News provided by Share this article NEW YORK, April 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Virtual Doorman®, a New York-based provider of remote doorman and security services, announced details of its emergency plan to expand services and provide much-needed security and safety to both its customers and their buildings' staff throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Virtual Doorman systems use technology and real people to serve the residents of multi-tenant buildings across the U.S., remotely providing secure, no-contact access to buildings and apartments for residents, deliveries, visitors, and service calls. Virtual Doorman Virtual Doorman has reached out to over 35,000 residents in its network of customers to offer upgraded services and expanded hours, free of charge to help cover shifts for on-site building staff. The offering comes as millions of Americans are confronted with a new reality as COVID-19 continues to spread both nationally and internationally. "We have been closely monitoring the situation and want to make sure each and every one of the thousands of people we serve feels safe and protected during this time," said Colin Foster, Founder & Chief Innovation Officer of Virtual Doorman. "We are aware this crisis has deep ramifications into how we conduct our daily lives and we hope that through the offering of free upgrades to our packages and expansion of our hours we will be able to bring additional safety and security not only to our customer base but also to their building's existing personnel." As the COVID-19 crisis magnifies, Virtual Doorman is committed to continuing to offer services that under this particular crisis are not only convenient but, in some cases, absolutely necessary. Virtual Doorman's personalized service uses integrated digital CCTV, cameras, video intercoms, access control devices, and remote operators at its Doorman Command Center. The company's services include building security; building access for residents, deliveries, and guests; as well as virtual concierge services. Virtual Doorman's Command Center has evolved into one of the most advanced technical operations in the nation. The company's first national emergency crisis came during Hurricane Sandy in New York in 2012. As other remote doorman companies struggled, Virtual Doorman's Command Center in Florida provided constant and uninterrupted service throughout the emergency. Today, many Virtual Doorman customers have found a "silver lining" because they were uniquely prepared to handle the current situation. Social distancing is not easy for buildings with traditional doormen and onsite staff. Buildings that were forward-thinking and already had technology in place have been able to continue providing critical services while keeping everyone safe and the building running smoothly. These buildings have found Virtual Doorman to be helpful as the company has been able to cover shifts so doormen and supers can stay safely at home. "Virtual Doorman's team of remarkable professionals is used to going the extra mile," added Foster. "We are tremendously proud of our team and are deeply thankful for their dedication and support as we expand our services and look to provide additional comfort and relief to our clients during this trying time. Although our software is known for being best-in-class, we believe what sets us apart is not our technology but the people behind it." Virtual Doorman has been developing and perfecting its suite of remote doorman services since it was founded twenty years ago. For a complete list of Virtual Doorman services and features, please visit . ABOUT Virtual Doorman: Virtual Doorman® is a 24/7 service that remotely provides many of the features of a traditional doorman but at a fraction of the cost. The service combines video security, electronic access control and alarm monitoring to provide buildings with heightened security and modern amenities. Virtual Doorman currently services more than 400 buildings and over 35,000 residents nationwide. Virtual Doorman is an exclusive product of and registered trademark of Virtual Service, a New York based security company with an extensive background in residential security and service. For more information visit . Contact:

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  • Who are Doorman's competitors?

    Competitors of Doorman include SkyBell Technologies and 5 more.


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SkyBell Technologies

SkyBell Technologies is a company focused on smart home technology, specifically in the home security sector. The company's main product is a smart video doorbell that allows users to see, hear, and speak to visitors at their door through their smartphone, featuring high-definition video cameras, motion sensor alerts, and night vision capabilities. SkyBell primarily sells to the smart home industry. It was founded in 2013 and is based in Irvine, California.

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FlexiBell is a smart doorbell and intercom. FlexiBell gives homeowners, Bed & Breakfast and property managers a simple way to communicate with visitors and control the access to their premises.

Ding Labs

Ding is a London-based hardware startup. The Ding product consists of a Wi-Fi connected button, a physical chime that can be placed within earshot in the home and an app that lets the user talk to the person who is at the door via their smartphone.

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Notion provides a home awareness system. The platform offers recognition of doors or windows opening, water leaks, temperature changes, smoke alarms going off, and more. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in Denver, Colorado. In December 2022, Notion merged with Pepper.

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Level Home

Level Home is a company that specializes in the development and production of smart locks, operating within the home security and smart home technology sectors. The company's main products are invisible smart locks, designed to enhance home security and convenience by allowing keyless entry and remote access control. These products are primarily marketed to homeowners and the residential real estate industry. It was founded in 2016 and is based in Redwood City, California.

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SimpliSafe operates as a home security company. It produces and sells self-installed security systems such as outdoor cameras, video doorbells, indoor cameras, smart locks, and more that connect to a central monitoring center. The company was founded in 2006 and is based in Boston, Massachusetts.


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