VIENNA, Va. — Wireless monitoring technology provider Alarm.com Inc. and life-safety solutions company Security Networks have partnered to offer Alarm.com's Web-enabled video monitoring solution to customers through Security Networks' group of affiliates.
The Web-enabled solution provides a cost effective, user-friendly offering that seamlessly integrates with Alarm.com's technology platform, according to Donald Natale, vice president of sales, Alarm.com.
"Its flexibility and ease of implementation make it attractive not only for customers who want to stay informed of everyday activity, but also for installing dealers," Natale says.
The video monitoring solution utilizes wireless IP cameras that can trigger recordings when there is motion. Additionally, customers can remotely view motion, event and sensor-triggered clips and live video from one or more cameras via a Web-enabled computer or mobile device. Users can download the free Alarm.com app for iPhone, BlackBerry and Android devices.
"As a Security Networks affiliate who is already successfully selling Alarm.com video monitoring, we are very pleased with this development," says Greg Montgomery, vice president of operations, TYM Security, a Dallas-based provider of residential security and home automation systems. "It will allow us to continue to rapidly grow our video monitoring business and increase our RMR, without having to wonder whether the accounts will be funded."
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