Through the cloud, dealers have a complete intrusion and access control offering with Bosch panels requiring no additional hardware or software. The cloud is an enabling technology that brings new opportunity to security dealers and integrators and a way to provide popular services to customers in every market vertical. A seamless integration between Bosch B and G Series Control Panels and Connect ONE® by Connected Technologies LLC makes it simple for dealers to add intrusion detection and access control services from a single panel while using one interface to manage every customer.
Seamless integration is now possible between DW Spectrum and Connect ONE® cloud platform. Digital Watchdog® (DW™), the industry leader in digital recorders, surveillance cameras and related management software, and Connected Technologies LLC, provider of a powerful cloud-hosted security management interface, announced the release of the DW Spectrum integration with Connect ONE. DW Spectrum is a powerful and user-friendly IP Video Management software, highly optimized to provide unlimited scalability, unmatched bandwidth savings and simplified system setup and management.
Security dealers and integrators don’t have the time or money to wade through dozens of security platforms and programs from various manufacturers. Think about all the training necessary for support, sales and technicians required when using multiple management platforms. It can become overwhelming. The single solution to meet the needs for all your customers and projects in every market vertical is Connect ONE® from Connected Technologies, LLC. Cloud-hosted Connect ONE is the complete package, and an enabling technology for managed services and new monthly recurring revenue streams.
Connected Technologies responds to the needs of the smart tech market, now adding DoorBird integration to its award-winning Connect ONE® cloud-hosted security management platform. DoorBird, designed for residential and commercial access control applications, notifies users directly to their smartphone when an entrance button is pressed at a locked entry point.
Are you talking about cabling, software that needs to be installed, megabits per second and hardware to the prospect? Don’t do it, because you’re probably just confusing them. Is that the way Nest or Ring goes to market? Quite the opposite: they focus on how the user’s lives will be more convenient and safer. Here’s the way to make security simple for the customer: cloud-hosted integrated platforms that manage every technology through a single common interface.
Connected Technologies’ Connect ONE® cloud-hosted security management platform integrates security, access control, mobile credential access, video, and critical environmental monitoring in a single solution. Connect ONE interfaces with the complete line of Bosch Security, DMP, Elk Products and Honeywell Turbo controls and provides an easy way to add managed services through its cloud offering. The company provides numerous free, value-added services to its dealer customers and it’s simply the firm’s philosophy of serving the dealer.
When Connected Technologies, LLC and its Connect ONE® cloud-hosted integrated security platform launched several years ago, former dealer and managing partner Mike Simon set out on a mission to deliver targeted services that installers and their customers could use to manage their business holistically without increasing operating expenses. When an integrated platform is easier for customers, such as Connect ONE, the stickier they become and the more likely to add other capabilities. That means tangible recurring monthly revenue for the dealer and a higher overall business valuation.
New integrations from Connected Technologies with the industry’s most exciting products continues to expand the installation and specification possibilities of the Connect One® cloud-hosted security management platform. The new Remote Connect cloud service makes it even faster and easier to connect to the control panels by eliminating the need to change customer router settings, firewall rules or to use Domain Name Service (DNS) to access the systems remotely.