Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) November 24, 2009
NCL Security Launches EyeCentral Remote Video Platform for the Security Industry to Generate Recurring Monthly Revenue for Central Stations and Security Dealers.
"Integrated security systems has been and still is a great trend in the security industry. However, this trend mostly benefits large commercial and governmental installations. What is the next evolution or shall I say 'revolution' that will benefit the many smaller and other installations?," asks President and Founder Matt Lee.
Lee responds, "We believe the answer can be found at the central station. Central stations currently rendering burglary and fire alarm services are in position to deliver access control services and remote video services through the central station. Acronyms like RVMAS, SaaS, MAC and PSIM promise the delivery of managed security services are a testimony to the importance and opportunities afforded through integrated security services at the central station to generate recurring monthly revenue for today and the future."
"Companies like Broadview, formerly Brinks, ADT and other central stations can now offer and deliver the trifecta of integrated security services at the central station. Namely, burglary and fire alarm services, access control services and remote video services," says Lee.
"Here at NCL Security we focus on the third of the integrated security solution for the central station, namely, remote video services. Our remote video platforms empower the central station in generating recurring monthly revenue (RMR) through the delivery of effective, consistent, dependable and myriad of remote video services," states Matt Lee.
"Moreover, we have a critical infrastructure for the central station (EyeCentral). We have an edge device (EyeNVR) that resides at the end-user location and have the ability to monitor video and recorded history centrally, at the central station. And we have the central video management platform that manages those edge devices at the central station through a central station software like GE Security's Mastermind, SGS, Simsware, SIS, DICE, etc. We believe a central station that offers a singular and consistent remote video solution through the central station to deliver remote video services create tremendous value for that central station. We have learned from central station companies who have struggled with delivery of video services based on too many third party edge devices like DVRs and NVRs. The value proposition is not there, because their cost to deliver services based on disparate and dissimilar platforms at the end-users' locations are too high. With our edge device the cost and the logistics to deliver video services through the central station are viable, consistent and sustainable. The applications are video verification, remote video audit reports, virtual guard tours, 24/7 remote guard service and an analysis report of alarm signals," says the founder of NCL Security.
Matt Lee concludes, "Our company's sole purpose in life is to deliver remote video solutions through central stations to end-customers."