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Ajax Systems and Yale announce partnership

Ajax Systems and Yale announce partnership

KYIV, Ukraine – Ajax Systems, a European security systems manufacturer, has unveiled its partnership with ASSA ABLOY Group member Yale, a smart home security solutions provider.

In a release Ajax said that this partnership enhances its users’ convenience, allowing them to manage Yale Smart Locks directly from the Ajax Security System app. Through a Cloud-to-Cloud connection, users can lock and unlock their doors and check lock status within the app. The integration offers advanced automation options. Users can set automatic locking or unlocking, ensuring their security and safety needs are met.

“Ajax secures over 1.3 million properties and businesses, while Yale boasts over a million installed smart locks across Europe,” said Andrii Prepiialo, product manager, Ajax Systems. “We are committed to providing our users with the best experience, and the ability to control home locks from the same app used for security system management enhances the user experience.”

The Yale and Ajax integration will initially roll out in Norway, Sweden, Italy, Spain and Portugal, with plans for further expansion. The integration will be available in the following application versions for each platform:

Ajax Security System 3.0 | iOS

Ajax Security System 3.0 | Android

Ajax PRO: Tool for Engineers 2.0 | iOS

Ajax PRO: Tool for Engineers 2.0 | Android

Ajax PRO Desktop 4.0 | macOS

Ajax PRO Desktop 4.0 | Windows

“At Yale, we always seek to broaden our footprint regarding Smart Home Security applications,” said Alessio Piussi, Senior Manager Yale Strategic Partnerships EMEIA. “This partnership with Ajax allows us to further our services to our customers and expand our reach within the smart device domain. The interoperability between our locks and Ajax alarm systems provides Ajax users with many benefits offered by keyless access and smart lock technology.”


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