Credit Union Selects March Networks For Corporate, Branch Surveillance

March Networks recently announced that Rochester, N.Y.-based ESL Federal Credit Union has standardized on the company’s Financial Solution to secure its corporate headquarters, retail banking branches and standalone ATMs.

The solution includes March Networks VideoSphere VMS software, 4000 C Series hybrid recorders and MegaPX 720p and PTZ IP cameras deployed by NAVCO, a March Networks Platinum Certified Solution Provider.

ESL Federal Credit Union selected the Financial Solution based on its proven performance in more than 400 banks and credit unions worldwide. It also wanted centralized management and the flexibility to deploy advanced applications available in the March Networks portfolio, such as intelligent video analytics and Financial Transaction Investigation software for fraud detection.

“The March Networks’ solution allows us to monitor and manage all sites from our communications center, which saves us considerable time and helps us ensure the security of our members and staff, “ said Bob Lukasiewicz, physical security manager for ESL Federal Credit Union. “In addition, it supports analytics and other applications that we can use strategically to evolve our security efforts.”

The enterprise-class Financial Solution enabled ESL to outfit its new, six-storey corporate headquarters with the latest IP video technology, and support a combination of existing analog cameras and new IP cameras at its banking branches and ATMs. In addition, the solution is integrated with ESL’s Guardall access control system to streamline security monitoring.

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