Titan Alarm offers Brivo Enterprise Security System for Business
What if robust physical security systems weren’t just for enterprises? What if they were for small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs), too?
The truth is that they are. Titan Alarm has partnered Brivo Systems and offers physical security solutions aren’t just for the pioneering enterprises and companies with big bucks; they’re for everyone. Hackers and thieves don’t pay much attention to whether a company is an enterprise or owned by a sole proprietor – why should we?
We don’t. Products at Brivo are designed for adaptability, scalability, and budgets both large and small.
Brivo OnAir integrates into the coffee shop on the corner as easily as it does into the corporate conglomerate headquartered in Seattle. Because of the cloud, physical security can be for as few as one or two doors or as many as all the offices in the corporate headquarters.
The access control system adapts to its environment. The coffee shop owner needs a simple installation; the corporation requires a more complex one. Both solutions, however, are built upon the same framework.
Coffee shops grow. They start with one location and expand to others. With Brivo OnAir, the coffee shop owner doesn’t have to worry about purchasing a physical security system for each new storefront. The cloud allows her to incorporate other sites. All she has to do is have some card readers installed at her newest shop, and she’s good to go.
Corporations also grow, sometimes globally. They sometimes have a need for a temporary office, too. Rather than attempt to purchase a physical security system overseas, the team at home expands access and security to the satellite location.
Coffee shops and corporations do not have similar budgets. The former, particularly if it’s a new establishment, has much of its funds tied up in coffee beans, grinders, and all the other accoutrements. It needs an access control and security solution, but its budget is more or less limited. A corporation is likely to have a larger budget and possibly even to dedicate funds to identity and access management (IAM) and security.
Brivo OnAir, as well as our new HaaS program, work in both situations. Because it’s adaptive and scalable, the resources required are adaptive and scalable. In addition, many of the upfront costs are lower due to cloud management and computing. A final point: maintenance and costs are lower month-over-month and year-over-year, making the return on investment (ROI) greater and total cost of ownership (TCO) lower.
Want to learn more about how Titan Alarm and Brivo OnAir can work in your specific environment? Give us a call!
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Updated by Titan Alarm on November 2, 2018.