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Protecting Financial Institutions

Published on 28 December, 2005

Many financial institutions today still use time-lapse VCRs or first-generation DVRs for lobby, teller line and ATM surveillance and monitoring. Inconsistent recording, questionable reliability, limited  remote access, VCR and videotape management, and time-consuming searches are just some of the issues faced when trying to use this video evidence for important functions like dispute resolution and security investigations. 

When it comes to securing people, property, and assets, financial institutions require real-time intelligence about what matters most - surveillance intelligence that equips them to make faster, more effective decisions.

That's why financial institutions worldwide rely on Salient video management solutions to improve the security of its people and assets.

As in all of Salient's solutions, our next-generation advancements of providing video management across any platform ensures the ability of First Responders to choose the best environment of camera support, whether it be analog or IP or a mixture of technologies - all efficiently and effectively managed within one comprehensive easy-to-use system.

Salient's financial customers include the following leading institutions:

  • Bank of America 
  • Sunshine State FCU 
  • Capitol Area FCU 

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