PSA Security Network Selects 3xLOGIC as Vendor Partner
The firm’s business intelligence solutions now available to integrator co-op members.
WESTMINSTER, Colo. – 3xLOGIC Inc., a provider of advanced video surveillance and video-supported business intelligence, announces that its complete line of VIGIL Video Management System (VMS), Business Intelligence (BI) software, and purpose-built video appliances are now available to members of PSA Security Network.
3xLOGIC’s VIGIL VMS captures data from a variety of sources, including audio data, video data and transactional data. The result is a BI reporting framework able to capture and disseminate data from a multitude of sources in a user-friendly visual format, according to the company.
“Business Intelligence software gives end-users valuable, profit-improving data,” says Bill Bozeman, PSA Security Network CEO. “3xLOGIC’s unique approach to making BI data visually-consumable will revolutionize the way that PSA integrators and their customers see and use their data.”
3XLOGIC’s model provides valuable insight into business trends and data through an easy to use, intuitive dashboard that requires no formal training and can be accessed anywhere, says Matthew Kushner, 3xLOGIC CEO. “When coupled with our 3xLOGIC Cloud Services, the total package offers a powerful incentive for end users to see their business differently,” says.
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