Vanderbilt Industries

Vanderbilt, a provider state-of-the-art security systems, announces the addition of SPC Connect to its SPC product portfolio, a hosted cloud-based solution designed specifically for installers to monitor, manage and maintain SPC panels remotely from any location.

Cost effective design and installation

The Vanderbilt SPC series of hybrid intrusion detection systems offer a cost-effective design and installation concept, with both wired and wireless capabilities for intrusion coverage. SPC can be tailored to small businesses, with applicability through large multinational enterprise organisations. With the addition of SPC Connect to existing SPC systems, end users have the ability to update SPC panels remotely, saving time and money on dedicated site trips, or hardware and software upgrades.

SPC Connect users can manage SPC panels, and perform operations and status checks across groups of systems, instantly and remotely, as well as access event logs or view cameras. The system also has the ability to configure direct messaging by email in the event of an alarm. SPC Connect only requires a Web-based browser connected to the Internet.

Significant cost reduction

The SPC Connect solution allows customers the option of paying for only what they need, significantly reducing the costs associated with the upfront purchase and installation of traditional software solutions, as well as the ongoing costs associated with maintenance and upgrades. As an installer's business grows and more users need to be added, the monthly SPC Connect subscription can be adjusted.

“SPC Connect brings intrusion detection to an entirely new level, leveraging connectivity with scalability and flexibility - all of which are critical to today's end users,” said Joe Grillo, Vanderbilt CEO. “Mobile capability is at a premium in our society, and many businesses require the ability to control their security on the go. SPC Connect allows this in an easy-to-use application for complete control over the intrusion detection systems already in place, and offers a cost-effective solution for end users, dealers and installers.”

End users can download the SPC Connect app for free from the Apple Store or on Google Play, providing an interface that contributes clearer arming and status information as needed. All the user's interactions through SPC Connect are secured with financial-grade SSL security, offering peace-of-mind and powerful control.

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