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12/05/2018

Manything focuses on partnerships

Abingdon, Oxfordshire (UK)

With Manything Pro video can be sent directly to the cloud without the need to store it locally.

Manything demonstrated its Manything Pro solution at this year’s ISC West show in Las Vegas, where visitors were able to witness the many benefits that the company's cloud video solution provides.

Manything Pro creates a new source of recurring monthly revenue (RMR) and it can manage all billing and renewals, freeing an integrator or dealer to simply collect ongoing commissions. Video can be sent directly to the cloud without the need to store it locally, integrators and dealers can install the software onto a compatible camera in less than 5 minutes directly from the Manything Pro app without additional hardware, port forwarding, or router configuration. A white label solution is also available for large dealers and integrators.

“Integrators and dealers are always looking for new security solutions that are easy to implement and enable new revenue streams,” said James West, CEO and Co-Founder, Manything. “Manything Pro achieves that with easy-to-use features that are suitable for multiple applications. We’re being installed on a wide variety of sites – from residential and SME systems, to agriculture and construction sites, and also large enterprise and healthcare installations. The reception at ISC West was beyond our expectations, and we are looking forward to expanding Manything Pro’s capabilities.”

“Today, the simplest way to use Manything Pro is camera-to-cloud which is great for customers who want to store their video offsite and remove the local recorder,” explains West. “Next we’ll be introducing NVR and DVR compatibility, which will allow an integrator or dealer to add cloud recording and offsite viewing capabilities to legacy systems without changing hardware.”

Manything is also actively partnering with other technology companies to further enhance the offering. This includes cloud access control manufacturers to combine video surveillance with cloud access systems, and video analytics experts to add features such as object and face recognition to Manything Pro.

Additional integrations in the pipeline include expanding the number of compatible camera brands, giving more end users the option to better secure their physical and cyber assets in the cloud.

"It’s a great time to be a part of Manything, and we are excited about the Manything Pro solution,” West added. “The plans outlined here are just a small fraction of what’s in store for the Manything brand in the future."


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