Vanderbilt, global supplier of state-of-the-art security systems, announced that its latest cloud-based access control and video management solution, ACT365, was chosen as a 2018 Money-Saving Products Award winner by BUILDINGS Magazine.

Vanderbilt ACT365

Vanderbilt ACT365 was recognised in the June 2018 issue of BUILDINGS Magazine for the features it offers building owners and facility managers for life safety and security.

ACT365 delivers cost-effective security management for customers in small- to medium-sized businesses, allowing them to manage their security infrastructure from any device at any time while overcoming the challenge of limited resources. Real-time management enables the kind of flexibility that end users need to instantly protect people and assets in the event of an emergency.

ACT365 meets a need in the market for SMBs looking for a flexible option to deploy a comprehensive security solution that is budget-friendly,” said Eric Widlitz, Vice President – North American Sales, Vanderbilt. “We're excited to be honored as a money-saving product, as many building facility managers and directors can directly benefit from ACT365's cloud-based functionality.

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