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News Releases and Coverage

March Networks Aims for Market Growth in Europe

September 2014 -- March Networks is implementing an ambitious development program to increase its market share and growth in the European video surveillance market, reflecting its expansion and success in North America. The program will be managed by European Sales Director, Stefano Torri, and will target key regions such as the UK, France and Italy. 

UK Security Market: Hot and Crowded

August 2014 -- The UK security market carries some special features; the most notorious is its large number of legacy analog systems. In addition, bearing the consideration over extra cost of re-cabling and labor, complexity of different projects, and requirement toward high quality, UK customers naturally take extra caution in making purchases and adopting new technologies, such as IP.

A Recipe for Boosting Profits

Video intelligence for quick service restaurants

July 2014 -- In a competitive industry where 'quick is king,' even video surveillance systems should be tailored for efficiency. Quick service restaurant (QSR) owners need an intelligent video solution that puts pertinent information at their fingertips.  With an estimated 75 percent of inventory shortages in QSRs attributable to employee theft, according to the National Restaurant Association, spending just 15 minutes a day reveiwing a concise report of suspicious transactions can boost revenue by 10 per cent. (PDF - Page 106) 

Hybrid Recorders Can Be a Revenue Source for Installers & Integrators

SDM logoJune 2014 -- Whether gradually migrating a customer from analog to IP or simply getting the two to ‘play nicely’ in the same system, hybrid recorders can be a revenue source for installers and integrators.  In determining whether a hybrid recorder is right for a situation or evaluating multiple options, there are a number of factors that go into making the best decision. Naturally, the first is what the end user is looking for with their system.

March Networks Announces High-Performance 6700 Series Hybrid NVR Platform and Edge 4e Encoder

New products easily managed with browser-based Command video management software and maintained with cost-saving support tools

LONDON, UK, June 17, 2014March Networks®, a global provider of intelligent IP video solutions, is pleased to introduce its new 6700 Series Hybrid Network Video Recorders (NVRs) and the Edge 4e Encoder. The high-performance products support a cost-effective transition to high-definition (HD) IP video and advanced business intelligence applications, while providing unparalleled reliability and browser-based video management. In addition, the 6700 Series recording platform incorporates privacy masking and other privacy protection features to meet varying video surveillance guidelines across Europe. 

March Networks Appoints New UK Sales Manager

Industry expert takes the helm to deliver new and established IP security video solutions in the UK and Ireland

LONDON, ENGLAND, June 16, 2014March Networks®, a global provider of intelligent IP video solutions, has announced the appointment of Karl Pardoe, as Regional Sales Manager for the UK and Ireland.

Selling The Value Of Video Surveillance In Retail

Are you speaking your company's language?

Integrated Solutions for Retailers logoJune 2014 -- When budgets are tight, everyone in the organization needs to fight a little harder for a share of the company’s resources. In retail businesses, it’s even tougher for the loss prevention (LP) organization, which is often hard-pressed to justify the value of new technology investments to others in the company.

Video is Money in the Bank

Tips for selling surveillance systems to banks and credit unions

SecurityInfoWatch logoJune 10, 2014 -- Understanding your customer’s needs is a critical requirement in any business, but especially important if you are a security systems integrator selling video surveillance systems to banks and credit unions.

While the walk-up nature and location structure of bank branches and facilities tends to be similar to many retail end-users’ needs, there are several differences that should be heeded when selling into this specialized market.