Manything Demonstrates Innovative Cloud Surveillance Solution at ISC West 2018

Manything, provider of cloud video recording and remote monitoring services with more than 850,000 registered users globally, is introducing Manything Pro at this year’s ISC West show (booth #34061). With six years of cloud video expertise, Manything is now empowering professional security dealers and integrators to offer remote viewing and offsite cloud surveillance recording, creating a new source of Recurring Monthly Revenue (RMR), with extreme ease.

“Integrators, dealers and distributors can receive immediate benefits from Manything Pro – it is easy to pitch and deploy, and we handle the recurring billing for them and pay their commission. It’s that simple,” said James West, CEO and Co-Founder, Manything. “With our new business model, surveillance professionals can conveniently and seamlessly add remote video monitoring and storage without the hassle usually associated with RMR.”

Manything Pro is a cloud SaaS solution which allows users to access their video through an Apple or Android mobile app. Integrators can manage their customers through the Manything Pro partner portal and can install the software onto a compatible camera in under 5 minutes directly from the Manything Pro app – no additional hardware, port forwarding or router configuration is required.

Manything Pro is optimized to minimize bandwidth consumption, and cybersecurity is built into the solution to help users protect their data. An unlimited number of cameras can be added for live viewing for free – users only pay for select cameras that are recording to the cloud. Manything manages all billing and renewals, freeing the integrator or dealer to simply collect ongoing commissions. A white label solution is also available for large dealers and integrators.

“We believe that Manything Pro can become a default offering for every camera installation,” continued Mr. West. “It’s a highly affordable, turnkey solution that’s easy to pitch, implement and manage for reliable cloud surveillance recording and viewing.”

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