March Networks announced several innovative enhancements to its retail solution that use AI and cloud technology to help quick-service restaurants (QSRs) and other retailers cut losses from theft, improve customer service, and drive profitability. With mobile and online ordering more popular than ever due to the pandemic, streamlining curbside delivery is a top priority for retailers.
March Networks is pleased to announce a new highly scalable Linux version of its video management software (VMS) that can support up to 3,000 cameras on a single server. The latest release of March Networks Command Recording Software offers unparalleled flexibility and scalability for customers. In addition to Windows systems, the software now works with Linux-based OS, offering an unprecedented ability to support up to 3,000 IP channels on one server.
March Networks is pleased to announce that one of California’s busiest transportation authorities will standardize its entire bus fleet on its RideSafe mobile solution. The $4 million contract will see more than 400 buses deployed with March Networks’ complete end-to-end RideSafe solution. The contract includes cloud-based monitoring of all of the transportation authority’s mobile cameras and recorders, a services contract providing annual and recurring revenue for March Networks for up to 7 years.
March Networks announced that the rapidly growing U.S. convenience store chain Yesway has selected its Searchlight for Retail solution for advanced video surveillance and analytics. Yesway is currently deploying March Networks Searchlight for Retail in 136 locations across Iowa, Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Texas, Nebraska, New Mexico, South Dakota and Wyoming. The c-store chain, which is operated by an affiliate of Brookwood Financial Partners, LLC, is expanding across the U.S.
March Networks announced that it has won the 2019 Best Ottawa Business award for sales performance. March Networks won the Best Performance Sales award for its record-setting revenue and profitability, accomplished in part by the sale of its video surveillance solutions to the cannabis market. Capitalizing on the cannabis industry’s rapid growth in both Canada and the United States, March Networks secured two of the world’s largest cannabis companies.