releases its Q4 and full year financials, a residential security provider, has released its fourth fiscal quarter 2022 and full-year results, and the outlook is positive. The company’s SaaS and licence revenue and total revenue increased year-over-year in both the fourth quarter and full year of 2022. 

The company’s SaaS and licence revenue in the fourth quarter increased by 10.5% to $134.6 million, while its total revenue increased by 6.6 percent to $208.1 million. For the full year,’s SaaS and licence revenue increased by 13 percent to $520.4 million, while its total revenue increased by 12.5 percent to $842.6 million.

This is a positive outlook for the residential security provider as they move into 2023. However, it is important to note that the financial landscape can change rapidly, and companies must remain vigilant and adaptable to maintain their success.

Recent Acquisitions

It seems that’s acquisition of Noonlight has proven to be a smart move, as the subsidiary has gained hundreds of thousands of subscribers and is continuing to grow. Noonlight provides context-aware event management and emergency response capabilities, which can be integrated into IoT devices and mobile app-based services. This is an important offering in the current market, where smart home technology and mobile apps are becoming increasingly popular.

In addition to Noonlight, has several other subsidiaries, including PointCentral, Building 36, Energy Hub, and Shooter Detection Systems (SDS). These subsidiaries are an important part of the company’s development strategy, as they offer a range of complementary products and services. It seems that is well-positioned to continue its growth in the residential security and smart home markets.

Legal Battle is currently in a legal battle with Vivint, a competitor in the residential security and smart home markets. filed for arbitration late last year after Vivint refused to pay royalty fees associated with a patent licence agreement reached in 2013. In addition, filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Vivint in January of this year, alleging that Vivint is infringing on 15 patents that added to its portfolio after the 2013 licensing agreement.

It seems that is taking these legal actions to protect its patented technology from infringement and ensure that it is not used without a proper licence. The arbitration process is estimated to take between 12 to 14 months, so it may be some time before a resolution is reached. This legal battle highlights the importance of protecting intellectual property in the technology industry, and it will be interesting to see how it unfolds in the coming months.


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    David Blake is the leading platform for the intelligently connected property. Millions of consumers and businesses depend on’s technology to manage and control their property from anywhere. Their platform integrates with a growing variety of Internet of Things (IoT) devices through their apps and interfaces. Their security, video, access control, intelligent automation, energy management, and wellness solutions are available through their network of thousands of professional service providers in North America and around the globe.’s common stock is traded on Nasdaq under the ticker symbol ALRM.

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