Only $1 Per Day for NAVCO Cloud-Based Business Surveillance Video-On-Demand Service

NAVCO, a national system integrator of electronic security systems, just revealed a new cloud-based, video-on-demad business surveillance service called VideoMetriXs. For just one monthly fee, VideoMetriXs allows live, recorded viewing and enables customers to remotely monitor multiple locations anytime from anywhere via a Smartphone, iPad, laptop or other Internet-connected device. Additionally, VideoMetriXs offers solutions for small businesses requiring one to four cameras per location, allowing them to enjoy the advantage of an enterprise-grade security system for as little as $30 per month per camera view. The VideoMetriXs service also reduces cost by eliminating the need to purchase cameras or other equipment because everything is included in the monthly fee. 

“Instead of spending $6,000 to $10,000 on surveillance equipment and hours onsite reviewing video, business owners now have a plug-and-play system option that uses the cloud to store their video at a fixed monthly operational cost,” said Jim Kauker, executive vice president of sales and marketing at NAVCO. “Our new VideoMetriXs service is the affordable, next-gen way for businesses to protect their people, property and profits. Plus, businesses that already have a security system gain the video-on-demand functionality as well.”

With VideoMetriXs, business owners can remotely manage each of their locations from their own cloud-based command center, also controlling how, when, to whom and for what reason email alerts with video clips are sent. NAVCO’s expert installation and programming of cameras, cables and network connectivity is included in the service, providing everything a customer needs to be up and running immediately.

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