Connect ONE and Bosch partner for value-added services and easier integration
July 31, 2018 By SP&T Staff
The companies say the integration makes it simple for dealers to add intrusion detection and access control services from a single panel while using one interface to manage customers.
“This integration between Bosch panels and Connect ONE allows dealers to customize services that meet their business goals and customer’s need — from residential to both small and large commercial projects,” said Mike Simon, managing partner and co-founder, Connected Technologies. “It’s a complete, robust platform for intrusion and access control, with no need for a separate access control panel or hardware. Given the industry’s ongoing challenge in finding skilled technicians, it also allows dealers to standardize with Bosch panels, which is extremely important for training and inventory control.”
Connect ONE also works in conjunction with the Remote Connect Cloud Service from Bosch, offering cloud-based connectivity to its B and G Series intrusion panels for remote programming and end-user app connectivity.
This makes it easier to connect and program control panels without extensive IT experience or dedicated IT personnel, the companies say. Remote Connect Cloud Service eliminates the need to change customer routing settings, incoming firewall rules or use Domain Name Service to access the systems remotely.
Connect ONE customers can add and delete codes, and multiple locations can be managed, viewed and controlled simultaneously on one screen.
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