24 Mar Global video surveillance company March Networks shares growth success of Cloud Video Network Monitoring Service
Global video surveillance company March Networks has announced the uptake of its cloud-based Insight Monitoring video surveillance has surpassed expected growth.
The company’s video-based solution now has 25,000 managed surveillance systems with an estimated 500,000 surveillance cameras.
The insights provided from the video surveillance provides users of the March Network systems with end to end monitoring across all of their devices like recorders, cameras and hard drives. Trained professionals in March Networks’ Network Operations Center (NOC) work with the company’s certified solution partners (CSPs) to remotely monitor end user customers’ network infrastructure, apply software updates, and troubleshoot issues, including dispatching an on-site technician when required. As a subscription-based service, Insight also offers both CSPs and end customers a web-based portal where they can view video network information including all devices, warranty and location information as well as support tickets for any issues raised.
Net Payne, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer at March Networks, said: “Insight is a success because it reduces the burden of maintaining a surveillance system, and gives customers peace of mind knowing our team is focused on the health of their system, so they, in turn, can stay focused on their business.
“It is just one component of our growing cloud services product portfolio.”
Insight currently supports Fortune 500 companies including tier 1 banks, and multi-national retail and quick service restaurants with thousands of franchise locations. Leading c-store chains, multi-state cannabis operators, educational institutions, and major U.S. public transportation agencies have signed onto the services with multi-year contracts.
Payne added: “March Networks understands the technology benefits of the cloud and is well positioned to support our customers’ migration paths through innovative solutions both today and in the months and years ahead.”