Managed Video as a Service (MVaaS)

MVaaS is used to address the challenges of managing distributed video systems across multiple locations to reduce the user’s burden of software maintenance, ongoing operation, and support.  This scalability and limited management requirement limits the strain on the IT organization and network and lowers the barrier to entry for video driven value added service.

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Envysion University: Harnessing the Power of Exception Reports


Posted in: Cinema, Convenience Store, Executive, Financial Impact, Hospitality, HR, IT, Loss Prevention, Marketing & Sales, Operations, Restaurant, Retail, SaaS & Managed Services, Uncategorized, Wireless

reportsEnvysion Insight goes beyond traditional security and loss prevention applications by integrating with business systems, such as Point of Sale (POS) and access control systems to provide a robust set of exception reporting, alerting and event search capabilities. Together with data integration, Envysion’s system enables operators to efficiently focus on actionable business insight and translates to rapid operations and profit improvement.

Transforming stand-alone data into actionable business insight is a powerful tool for driving bottom-line improvements. By integrating video with business systems data, users can access exception reports to identify areas of opportunity across marketing, operations and sales, human resources, IT and loss prevention.

On Wednesday, March 26, 2014, Envysion will offer a training webinar that will explore how to use your exception reports to your greatest advantage. The webinar, Envysion University: Harnessing the Power of Exception Reports, will help you understand how to maximize your exception reports by:

  • Not limiting your reporting to asset protection only
  • Budgeting your time to review exception reports
  • Identifying standard behaviors that help you quickly detect possible theft and fraud
  • Examining employee behavior changes
  • Digging deeper into the data

Register now for Envysion University: Harnessing the Power of Exception Reports.

Data in Motion: Exploring how video-drive business intelligence can impact your bottom-line.


Posted in: Business Intelligence, SaaS & Managed Services, Uncategorized

Let’s get right to the meat and potatoes, running a business is challenging. Each step back means trying to take two quick steps forward. Strong performance would fund more growth if it didn’t have to fund other issues. The industry relies on new tools and technology to help address the top obstacles of growth. So, let’s explore the new breed of technology that is unlocking profitability.

We know you can’t be everywhere and neither can your managers. Locations are spread out and attention gets pulled in different directions. That’s why a staggering number of new applications are coming from technology that puts intelligent eyes and ears to work for business operators.  Envysion’s video-driven business intelligence sees trends and sheds valuable light on exactly what companies need to do to operate better, maximize profits and grow faster than ever before.

On March 12, 2014, explore video-driven business intelligence and learn: 

  • What video-driven business intelligence is, and what the key characteristics are
  • What the traditional concerns are to adopting the solution, and how those concerns are combated
  • What the benefits are to adopting the solution
  • What to look for in a solution provider

Register today for Envysion’s webinar: Data in Motion: Exploring how video-drive business intelligence can impact your bottom-line.

From People Counting to Making People Count – Leveraging Advanced Analytics


Posted in: Business Intelligence, Executive, Financial Impact, Marketing & Sales, Operations, Retail

people-countingEnvysion has officially launched an innovative People Counting feature and reporting capability in conjunction with Sony.  This advanced analytic allows you to answer a simple yet difficult-to-implement question: “Within a given period of time, how many people came into my store and how many bought something?”  

To achieve this, Envysion partnered with Sony to create an in-camera analytic that optically counts the number of people entering your store and compares this to the number of sales (from your POS data received in the Envysion system) to calculate your “customers-to-sales conversion.”  The answers are presented in an easy-to-read report with click-through to relevant video.

On February 5, 2014, learn how People Counting really works and the benefits it can bring to your organization. Register today for Envysion’s webinar: From People Counting to Making People Count – Leveraging Advanced Analytics.

The webinar will teach you how to leverage People Counting to: 

  • Gain a critical view into the dynamics of your operation
  • Compute accurate conversion rates using POS data
  • Assess customer traffic in your store
  • Evaluate store sales and sources of optimization

Register Today!