SureView Systems Announces Integration with AMAG Technology

SureView Systems, a provider of commercial central station and enterprise command center software for the security industry, announced a new integration for its Immix platform with Symmetry access control software from AMAG Technology.

The integration expands the capabilities of both platforms, allowing customers to benefit from the close integration of Immix Central Station (CS) and Command Center (CC) with AMAG’s Symmetry access control to gain a high level of situational awareness and correlated data points to enhance security, ensure compliance and streamline investigations. The integration supports relays and door control, alarms, GetConfig and site syncing specifically.

“Both SureView and AMAG offer opportunities to expand platform functionality and provide more value to security integrators and enterprise-class end users,” said Dave Ella, vice president of product marketing, AMAG Technology. “SureView’s participation in AMAG’s Symmetry Extended Business Solutions program ensures partners and end users can build a sophisticated solution that is cost-effective and able to expand easily as user needs grow.”

Built on a cloud-based, open architecture, Immix delivers a platform to process and manage security events generated from any system or device, and is quickly becoming one of the most popular central management software platforms on the market. Its Web-based interface and minimal bandwidth requirements allow users to benefit from ease of deployment and management while experiencing immediate and long-term return-on-investment. Furthermore, Immix supports the largest integration library in the industry, and is built upon proven, secure, scalable technology.

“SureView’s integration with AMAG provides greater value to SureView customers and end users,” said Rob Hile, director of strategic accounts, SureView Systems. “The integration of AMAG’s Symmetry system provides more flexibility to incorporate access control and intrusion detection into the Immix platform, which allows a comprehensive view of security and business operations from a single, Web-based interface.”

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