How to conduct site surveys and life-cycle management efficiently?
Be there virtually and engage with stakeholders like never before
The average physical technology manager at a Fortune 2000 company or an organization with dozens or hundreds of locations truly has their hands full. They have to rely on PDFs, basic drawings, emails and spreadsheets to manage the life-cycle of their security and technology assets. With thousands of devices spread over wide geographies, there is a need for a better way. A way to get their “eyes” on those sites, even virtually, along with the documentation to manage all of the dynamic changes that occur daily.
From risk mitigation for security to advanced audio-visual projects, the technology director needs a clear map of what’s in place and a plan for budgeting and life-cycle management.
The typical Global Physical Security Director has to work across a variety of technologies to provide solutions to their customers or internal stakeholders. That would include Access Control, Intrusion Detection, Video Surveillance or CCTV, Building and Facilities Management, Wireless Access Points and much more both internally and externally to buildings. They need to understand needs for cabling runs and supporting technologies. They need a collaboration platform to design and manage the whole system.
One of the major reasons that Technology Managers like System Surveyor is the ability to visually share a digital floor plan including budgeting options with decision makers and operations leaders. This empowers them to confirm plans and then collaborate with System Integrators, Solutions Providers, Subcontractors and Manufacturers. Everyone who can provide benefits and value to the projects.
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