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i4Things selected as leading tech company representing the Netherlands at CES 2020

The Smart Home technology specialist is one of 50 selected companies to join the Holland Tech Square, the Netherlands’ Innovation Hub, for the world’s largest technology tradeshow in Las Vegas

Herten, The Netherlands, 17/10/2019 – i4Things today announced that they have been selected to join the Holland Tech Square at CES 2020 in Las Vegas (Jan 7-10), one of the leading technology events worldwide attracting well above 175,000 international visitors from around 160 countries each year. 

HRH Prince Constantijn van Oranje, Special Envoy of TechLeap.NL (former StartupDelta) the accelerator for the Tech-ecosystem in the Netherlands, today announced the 50 selected Dutch tech companies to exhibit on the Dutch national Pavilion at CES 2020.

At the show i4Things will showcase Consolomio®, their unique Smart Home as a Service solution enabling service providers in telecoms, internet, energy or insurance to take root in the fast growing Smart Home market, helping them to expand their business with additional and recurring revenue streams and to outpace competition.

i4Things presenting Consolomio® at their stand at the CES Unveiled event in Amsterdam

The intuitive and easy-to-use Smart Home solution takes away the complexity for the end-user of having to deal with a multitude of apps to control their smart home by integrating a large number of known smart home brands. Being fully cloud based it has a short time to market at only limited up-front investments for the service provider. The attractive subscription-based and pay-as-you-grow B2B2C business model offered by i4Things comprises management of the cloud platform, the user-interfaces and the integration and life cycle management of an ever expanding ecosystem of devices, for a feature rich, secure and easy to use Smart Home experience.

“We are really proud to represent the Dutch innovation spirit at CES 2020. For i4Things it is the perfect place to further expand our international business and to show how easily smart home capabilities can be added to the offering of service providers, allowing them to capitalize on their existing customer relationships whilst at the same time improving the quality of life for their customers with use cases like security, comfort, energy and care”

Rob Wolters, Managing Partner at i4Things

The Dutch pavilion at Eureka Park is one of the largest single-country pavilions at CES and is organized by TechLeap.NL, the Rijksdienst voor Ondernemend Nederland (RVO) and the Dutch consulate in San Francisco.