Arcules, a provider of unified, intelligent Security-as-a-Service solutions, announced that its cloud-based video platform interfaces with IMRON’s UnityIS access control platform.

The combination of these two SaaS products supports automation, rapid workflows and integrated data capture that enhances security, improves situational awareness and enhances ROI.

The plugin integration enables joint customers to access a unified security monitoring experience by combining access control alerts with video to verify events or incidents. These combined capabilities will further enhance a customer’s ability to access data-led insights whether on-site or remote.

Empowering decision-makers

Our overall focus is to empower decision-makers to make data-driven decisions and we are focused on building partnerships with companies that share a similar mindset,” said Steve Prodger, Chief Revenue Officer, Arcules.

With IMRON, we support an intuitive, cost-effective and easy-to-maintain security-as-a-service offering that helps customers realise their business and safety requirements in a more cost-effective, scalable and flexible manner.”

The integration

Arcules camera and device locations are easily added to the UnityIS graphical site map

The integration with UnityIS incorporates Arcules video management capabilities into the IMRON platform’s interface, allowing live and recorded video data to be associated with a security event.

Using IMRON’s platform, Arcules camera and device locations are easily added to the UnityIS graphical site map display for intuitive viewing of live and recorded video.

The movement towards controlling access and video remotely has accelerated,” said Imron Hussain, President, IMRON Corp. “This has undoubtedly pushed physical security requirements in the cloud. Having a partner like Arcules supports our commitment to meet the growing need for cloud services and allows us to provide a powerful integrated solution.”
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