Verint Upgrading its Security Intelligence Solutions
FREMONT, CA: Verint [NASDAQ: VRNT] has announced the introduction of strategic updates to its existing technology portfolio of powerful security and business intelligence solutions that allow organizations to improve their levels of situational awareness. The company unveiled the recent enhancements made in its VerintEdgeVMS solution during the ISC WEST Conference and Exhibition held in Las Vegas last week.
An enterprise NVR management system used for video viewing and automating monitoring process, VerintEdgeVMS gives the security personnel easy access and detailed information about the facility they are guarding. The recent enhancements have incorporated enhanced visual viewing with the help of map-based event displays and elaborate facility layouts. The mapping option is a great help for efficient responses in large enterprise facilities with high employee turnovers. The changes also include expanded external storage capacity that addresses the demands for longer video and data retention. The expanded intelligence capabilities that can be integrated with retail transaction data systems, wherein the video data can be integrated with a particular retail transaction to allow a user to search for specific incidents and irregularities such as no sale and voids, and detect potential cases of fraud. The built-in advanced intelligence in VerintEdgeVMS has capabilities for preventive fraud reduction efforts and provides actionable intelligence for mitigating risks.
“With these enhancements, Verint is continuing to deliver solutions that empower security professionals and the organizations they serve, while helping achieve their business objectives,” says Steve Weller, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Verint Video and Situation Intelligence Solutions.
Verint Video Tracker is another solution that the company will offer as a part of the Verint Situational Awareness Platform. The solution is slated to be made available from June, 2016 and will benefit users with insights that can be derived from combined information systems and technologies that provide real-time intelligence and proactively address the emerging trends.
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