February 12th, 2014, Los Angeles, CA – Elite ISI, a specialist in true loss and crime prevention, announces the release of its Remote Guarding Comparison Tool. This tool offers company managers a practical way to assess vendors when considering a switch from traditional security guarding, monitoring and video verification services to intelligent remote surveillance systems.
The team at Elite ISI underlines the main points to focus on when selecting a remote guarding vendor, but other assessed features include important aspects to be accounted for to ensure businesses make the correct decision .
Dramatic Savings, both Long and Short term : Elite ISI’s customers confirm that investing with a professional provider that has in-depth knowledge in the remote guarding sector saves companies substantial amounts of money, immediately by savings on security guard costs. Longer term savings are accruing to Businesses such as automotive dealerships, who are saving hundreds of thousands of dollars in vehicle theft, inventory parts shrinkage and vandalism prevention, as well as the reduced number of payouts from fraudulent customer claims, and reduced workers compensation expenses due to employee claim fraud.
Law Enforcement Partnerships: Choosing a security vendor that ensures enhanced police response to security events at any facility is a critical factor for effectively securing the client’s property.
Elite ISI’s Law Enforcement Partnerships are founded on the benefits remote guarding vendors should provide to law enforcement, including:
• Zero false alarms due to video review of every alarm in real time by live agent;
• Highly trained agents serving as professional, live eyewitnesses to crimes in progress, where police dispatch officers only receive calls when Command Center staff determines a true need from live, real time interaction with potential criminals;
• Dramatically enhanced officer safety due to live, real time audio and video support to first responders throughout any event, from arrival through arrest, with real time information regarding descriptions, location and movements and whether any weapons have been seen;
• Enhanced video evidence for prosecutions due to agent interaction in securing useable video footage.
All these benefits and many others are free benefits provided to Police by Elite ISI. Moreover, FBI-LEEDA, the premier Law Enforcement Associations in the Nation, recognized Elite ISI’s industry leading role as the only Remote Guarding Vendor selected to educate their membership, which are police chiefs and other executives, on the benefits and use of interactive monitoring and security services. Further, Elite’s customers rave over the benefit they receive from the relationship Elite ISI is able to generate with local police.
State-of-the-art Technologies: Using intelligent security surveillance systems remotely, including military grade video analytics to turn video cameras into digital guards, saves businesses significant amounts of money. Implementation of these systems supports drammatic reductions in security staff needs, prevents losses and lowers insurance claims, premiums and deductibles.
About Elite ISI
Elite ISI is the industry leader in the virtual and remote digital guarding services market. Auto dealerships, such as The Car Group, which comprises all Norm Reeves dealerships nationwide, and includes America’s #1 Honda dealership, have chosen Elite ISI as their vendor of choice. These businesses now enjoy highly effective, lower cost protection by highly trained agents located in a state-of-the-art security command center.
“The expertise of Elite Interactive was something we hadn’t seen before.’ Being with Elite for over six years is probably one of the best business decisions I’ve ever made.” – Johnny Harrison, VP/GM, Lexus of Glendale, CA
For more information about Remote Guarding advantages or to learn more about Elite ISI’s services, please visit http://eliteinteractivesolutions.com.
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