Announcing the Partnership With Enterprise Security Technology Provider – Software House.
Invision Security Group is pleased to announce its partnership with enterprise security technology provider Software House. With their impeccable reputation for reliable solutions and their track record of working with the most discerning clientele from Fortune 500 companies to government agencies, it seemed like an ideal match to Invision’s leadership.
“We are very excited to partner with Software House in order to provide our clients with progressive and leading-edge security technologies,” said Dave Charles, VP of Sales & Business Development. “Software House has a rich pedigree as one of the premier industry leaders. Subsequently, we intend to leverage their broad product solution offerings to enhance our portfolio to better serve and protect the interests of our customers in a consistently evolving and dynamic climate.”
“Invision uniquely recognizes the litany of security challenges facing our customers today,” Dave said. “By adding Software House as a key partner, we are more effectively able to combat these challenges in a more meaningful way.”
We are very excited to partner with Software House in order to provide our clients with progressive and leading-edge security technologies
– Dave Charles, VP of Sales & Business Development
“With an open architecture and unsurpassed integration platform, Software House C-Cure solutions allows customers to integrate seamlessly with critical security and business applications giving users full control through a single user interface. Whether your business calls for highly elaborate integration between multiple systems, or a simple connection between an alarm and a camera, Software House delivers the right systems and the right level of integration. C-Cure can be integrated with a variety of third-party products from video and intercom to intrusion and fire detection. Software House continues its commitment to expanding these products and services to meet the diverse and growing needs of its customers.”