Ajax systems alarms can now send multiple alerts, providing a solution to clients with many sites in different geographies.
Ajax security systems were recently upgraded with a multi-subscription function. Now, one Ajax hub can be monitored by several companies.
This function was developed to answer the need of clients with many geographically dispersed sites, such as national retail chains.
Multi-subscription helps their corporate security departments effectively monitor the work of service providers: installation and monitoring companies. For example, a company with 12 properties located in 5 cities. Each facility is connected to the closest monitoring center. In total, four monitoring companies are involved for security, two contractors for the installation and maintenance of security equipment, and a corporate security department, which is aware of what is happening at all facilities. Thanks to multi-subscription, security events and alarms are transmitted simultaneously to all recipients. Each contractor effectively performs their function — no wasted time and unnecessary communication.
How multi-subscription works
Multi-subscription has been implemented thanks to Ajax Cloud. The cloud server receives alarms and events from Ajax security systems, concurrently transmitting them to the addressees: monitoring software and users’ mobile apps.
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Ajax Cloud can transmit events to any monitoring control software. Using the Translator utility, Ajax system events and alarms can be converted into event codes of the Contact ID, SIA DC-09, Manitou, SBN, Sentinel, Kronos, MASterMind protocols.
Who can benefit from multi-subscription
- Retail chains
- Hotel and tourism business
- Cafe and restaurant chains
- Gas station chains
- Cottage villages
- Residential complexes