To provide its resellers with a competitive advantage and help boost sales, Panasonic has launched the Panasonic Authorized Reseller Program.
October 21, 2012
In announcing changes to its North American operations this summer, Panasonic revealed its plans to become a business-to-business solutions organization. The intention is to implement a vertical market, more partner-centric approach. Greg Peratt, director of sales, video solutions integration at Panasonic, joins the conversation to explain the restructuring in detail.
By Rodney Bosch · September 03, 2012
The role of cloud-based services is being increasingly accepted and adopted by users in all parts of life. In the realm of video surveillance, a cloud-based system might provide video management software (VMS) and enable access to video views from any of the company's IP cameras, all connected securely to the system via Internet.
July 12, 2012
Panasonic System Communications Co. of North America this week announced extensive organizational changes to become a vertically-oriented, combined solutions company in the United States.
June 06, 2012
To monitor the CordeValle, a Rosewood, Calif.-based golf course, a local integrator installed a 46-camera Panasonic system.
May 25, 2012
Panasonic System Networks of Secaucus, N.J., releases the i-PRO SmartHD WJ-NVF20 advanced intelligence expansion kit, which enables the company's WJ-NV200 NVR to estimate age and gender, capture visit times and count visitors.
SSI Staff · December 19, 2011
Integrators need a well-managed and organized sales structure to successfully transition to an IP-based video business model. Learn the fundamentals to sell prospects and existing customers on the many benefits and value of networked video in order to compete in this burgeoning market.
October 09, 2011
Ensuring the safe passage of commuters has gained urgency as a focal point for transit bureaus throughout the world. Calgary’s light rail demonstrates how advanced high definition video surveillance enables agencies to better manage and secure their lines.
By Scott Goldfine · October 05, 2011
After enduring 14 homicides in 2010, St. Louis’ 21st Ward has installed a new wireless video surveillance system, with a goal of reducing violent crime by 70 percent. Out of 28 wards in the city, the 21st Ward is the first to deploy this type of solution.
August 23, 2011
As Troyer Country Market (TCM) continued to grow, its owners realized a more technically advanced retail system would help overcome challenges associated with an expanding business. As a result, the store deployed Panasonic's retail solution, including point-of-sale (POS) workstations, scales/scanner, POS printers, video surveillance cameras ...
April 20, 2011