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Ad Age @ CES: 5 Things We Learned About the Connected Home

Historically, insurance companies' main relationship with consumers has been reminding them to pay their bills or coming to the rescue when something bad happens. Smart homes present those companies with the opportunity to forge deeper ties with their customers, says Jennifer Kent, director of research quality & product development at Parks Associates.

From the article "Ad Age @ CES: 5 Things We Learned About the Connected Home" by Megan Graham.

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