Alison Dean Joins SmartRent Board

SmartRent, Inc. (NYSE: SMRT) has announced the appointment of Alison Dean, a renowned corporate technology and finance expert and former CFO of iRobot (NASDAQ: IRBT), to its board of directors and audit committee. Dean brings over three decades of experience in high tech overseeing corporate finance and financial planning, as well as information technology, supply chain operations, acquisitions, and investor relations.

During her 15 years at iRobot, Dean helped to grow revenue from $142 million to $1.4 billion. SmartRent CEO Lucas Haldeman expressed excitement about Dean's appointment, noting that her experience, guidance, and leadership will be invaluable to SmartRent's efforts to expand its industry reach and deliver smart home solutions, energy efficiencies, streamlined operations, and cost savings to customers.

SmartRent powers over 3,800 connected communities nationwide, with 720,000 smart homes and businesses and two million connected devices deployed. The company's platform, comprised of smart hardware and cloud-based SaaS solutions, gives operators seamless visibility and control over real estate assets, empowering them to simplify operations, automate workflows, benefit from additional revenue opportunities, and deliver exceptional site team and resident experiences.

Founded in 2017, SmartRent serves 15 of the top 20 multifamily owners and operators, enabling millions of users to live smarter every day. The market has reacted to these announcements by moving the company's shares 0.4% to a price of $2.69. If you want to know more, read the company's complete 8-K report here.

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