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Manything, providers of cloud video recording and remote monitoring services with more than 850,000 registered users globally, is building on their proven integration with Hikvision cameras with the addition of Axis and Dahua camera integrations.

In addition, Manything has signed on three new distribution partners (Brooklyn Low Voltage Supply, DSG Distributors and Tristate Telecom) for their Manything Pro SaaS solution offering remote surveillance viewing and offsite cloud recording. With six years of cloud expertise, Manything is now launching Manything Pro for the professional security industry at ISC West 2018 (booth #34061).

Our entry into the professional surveillance industry has seen rapid acceptance and adoption by leading companies in the industry who recognise the benefits of Manything Pro,” said James West, CEO and Co-Founder, Manything. “Manything Pro makes it possible for professional security dealers and integrators to create a new and easy RMR stream by offering remote viewing and offsite cloud surveillance recording.

For us, the quality, simplicity and profitability for our dealers makes Manything Pro an easy choice to offer our customers.”

Enhanced mobility and back-up security

We are pleased to be working with Manything to integrate Dahua cameras onto their innovative Manything Pro cloud platform,” said Janet Fenner, Director of Business Development at Dahua, North America.

Extending the utility of Dahua’s surveillance solutions to include cloud-based viewing and recording provides end-users with added functionality, mobility and back-up security, which further enhances the performance and value of our collective offerings.

Our business model is based around providing our customers with all the tools they need to succeed. The latest technologies, the best products, training, resources and tech support."

"We empower integrators and go as far as assisting in finding new streams of revenue, for example different types of RMR,” said Avi Lieberman, Technology Director for Brooklyn Low Voltage Supply. “For us, the quality, simplicity and profitability for our dealers makes Manything Pro an easy choice to offer our customers.

Cloud-based surveillance solution

Every brand we offer is a reflection on our name – something that is of the utmost importance to us,” said Dave Silkin, President, DSG Distributors. “We’re proud to partner with Manything as they offer an innovative cloud-based surveillance solution that enables us to deliver even more value to our customers.

Customer support and service have been at the foundation of our business for over 30 years,” said Joel Schlesigner, CEO, Tristate Telecom. “By discovering and offering a truly unique pro surveillance solution like Manything Pro, we continue to inspire trust and loyalty among our customer base while also growing our respective businesses.

Manything Pro is a cloud SaaS solution which allows users to access their video through an Apple or Android mobile app

Mobile access with built-in cybersecurity

Manything Pro is a cloud SaaS solution which allows users to access their video through an Apple or Android mobile app. Integrators can manage their customers through the Manything Pro partner portal and can install the software onto a compatible camera in under 5 minutes directly from the Manything Pro app – no additional hardware, port forwarding or router configuration is required. The software is optimised to minimise bandwidth consumption, and cybersecurity is built into the solution to help users protect their data.

An unlimited number of cameras can be added for live viewing for free – users only pay for select cameras that are recording to the cloud. Manything can manage all billing and renewals, freeing the integrator or dealer to simply collect ongoing commissions. A white label solution is also available for large dealers and integrators.

We believe Manything Pro can be a default offering for every camera installation,” continued Mr. West. “It’s a turnkey solution for integrators that’s easy to pitch, implement and manage – bringing reliable cloud surveillance recording and viewing to users.

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