Manything Pro, the cloud video recording and remote monitoring software, has introduced an OEM distribution model for large installers
Also introduced in response to requests from partners, the Oxfordshire-based company has released alert schedules, alarm output and camera input features.
Professional security installers can generte recurring revenue through the Manything Pro service, which is now which available to users of analogue Hikvision surveillance systems – undoubtedly now the most ubiqitious brand in the UK.
More details on the new functionality featured in version 6.4 of Manything Pro, downloadable from the Apple Store and Google Play:
- Setting up alert schedules users can now control when they receive motion alerts (push notifications, email alerts or alarms).
- Alarm output means an external alarm can now be triggered when motion is detected.
- Recording can now be triggered by the camera’s alarm input. For example, an external PIR sensor can be used to trigger recording, ideal for reducing false positives caused by bugs and rain at night.
- A complete white label OEM solution for large installers, including their own app and branded version of the online browser-based viewer.
The other two branding options available to installers:
- ‘Off-the-shelf’ solution: installers upload their logo to the Manything Pro partner portal and it’s immediately visible to customers on the Manything Pro app and website when they log in to view their cameras.
- Hybrid white label – Manything Pro have a second app and website with a more generic title – CCTV Connect – which installers can market to customers as their own. Once the installer brand is built into the CCTV Connect software (around 10 days development time, no charge) a customer will see the full installer brand and colours when they log into the app and website and the Manything Pro brand isn’t visible to the end customer.
“Our latest update includes a collection of new features requested by our installer partners, this is our favourite kind of update because we know it will improve the service our partners can offer to their customers,” said James West, CEO and co-founder of Manything Pro.
Founded in 2012, Manything (standing for ‘monitor anything’) originally turned old smartphones and tablets into video monitoring cameras. In 2016 it diversified into the professional security industry and integrated its software with a range of Hikvision cameras.
The platform monitors 25 years of video every day for more than 950,000 registered users.
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