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Verint Systems Inc has been named “Company of the Year” in the physical security intelligence solutions category by the market researchers Frost & Sullivan.
The Frost & Sullivan recognition highlights Verint’s expertise in actionable intelligence and the delivery of situational awareness and data analytics. With the Verint Situational Awareness Platform comes integration and support for security intelligence, simplifying command and control for customers. Frost & Sullivan analysts evaluated two critical factors: visionary innovation and performance, and customer impact, which include visionary strategies, best practices, financial performance, customer experience and brand equity.
Danielle VanZandt, industry analyst, Frost & Sullivan, says: “As organisations continue to demand converged business intelligence, IT and security platforms, Verint serves as a trusted partner to its customers by helping connect their physical and cyber security operations. “Through our independent research, we determined that Verint’s technology is pivotal in helping customers leverage large data volumes in a more effective manner to help them respond faster and more efficiently to situations. Verint’s experience and domain expertise, as well as its vision for the future, solidifies it as a prominent and reliable partner in today’s ever-advancing and competitive marketplace.”
And Alan Stoddard, vice president and general manager, Situational Intelligence Solutions, Verint, says: “We’re honored to receive this prestigious award celebrating our passion for technology innovation, our commitment to customer success and our vision for the future of security intelligence.” Visit www.verint.com.
Meanwhile Verint released the V4420 camera system, a full-HD modular camera system designed for a number of vertical markets.
The Verint 4420 is for indoor surveillance of ATMs, banks, stores, and offices. A separate camera unit and video core design allow the small camera unit, with the 5-meter long cable, to be installed where discretion is required.
The 4420 provides two choices: a 2MP pinhole and a 2MP wide format lens that is suitable for a 180-degree view, and features true wide dynamic range (WDR), AdaptiveStream technology and on-board storage. These elements, with the camera’s unique design, enable the camera to capture images in high-contrast scenes, the company says.
Brian Lettiere, vice president of product management, Verint says: “We developed this camera to serve a number growing customer segments demanding best-in-class, high-resolution, compact designed cameras coupled with the flexibility to add onto current networks without financial impact and providing greater visibility.”