Verint Certifies Platform with AMAG Technology

AMAG Technology, an access control, IP video and intrusion detection (IDS) solution provider, is pleased to announce that Verint, a member of the Symmetry Extended Business Solution (EBS) Program, has certified its latest version of Verint Situation Management Center (SMC) software with AMAG’s Symmetry v7.0.1 Access Control Software. AMAG and Verint cooperatively tested and certified this integration.

“Verint’s participation in the Symmetry EBS Program demonstrates its commitment to providing customers valuable integrations to best secure their organizations,” said Symmetry Extended Business Solution, Program Manager, Adam Shane. “The situation management software also broadens our access control value proposition to our integrators and end users, and offers more security options.

"The certification of Verint Situation Management Center with AMAG’s Symmetry Access Control Software further enables mutual customers to experience more flexibility and greater choice in systems design, while taking full advantage of Verint’s Security Intelligence portfolio,” added Steve Weller, senior vice president and general manager, Verint Video and Situation Intelligence Solutions. “As situation management capabilities continue to evolve at a rapid pace, this certification helps ensure AMAG Symmetry customers have the opportunity to experience all of Verint’s latest capabilities to help maximize situation awareness."

The Verint Situation Management Center and AMAG Symmetry SMS integration provides such end user benefits as:

  • Set connection and account information to AMAG Symmetry through easy to use interface;
  • Auto-discovery of AMAG Symmetry hardware devices; and
  • Receive real-time AMAG Symmetry access events in the Verint Situation Management Center interface.
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