videoNEXT and Integrated Security Systems (ISS) Partner

CHANTILLY, Va. and MIAMI , Sept. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- videoNEXT, a founding developer of innovative physical security information management (PSIM) solutions, today announced that it has signed a partnership agreement with Integrated Security Systems (ISS), a security systems integrator serving organizations throughout Florida . Through this agreement, ISS is a certified reseller of videoNEXT's Security Knowledge Manager(TM) (SKM(TM)) video management solution and its related products to commercial, industrial and government organizations throughout Florida .

"With offices in Miami , Melbourne , Tampa and Broward County , ISS has a strong foot hold on Florida's security market and is an excellent company to help us expand our presence in that region," said Rob Munro , director of North American Channel Sales at videoNEXT. "ISS has a long history providing a broad range of security solutions for its clients and its team has a thorough understanding of implementing security systems and also an excellent reputation in the industry. We expect this partnership to be a win-win for both companies as well as our clients."

"videoNEXT's family of IP video management solutions is an ideal fit with the other state-of-the-art security solutions we integrate for our clients," said Jeff Nunberg , president of ISS. "Their technology is both robust and innovative and we believe it offers a true value to organizations challenged with protecting people, assets and their facilities."

videoNEXT's SKM is an open, standards-based software solution that works with almost any IP, digital or analog camera, runs on any Intel or compatible server and uses an organization's existing security and data infrastructure in new and powerful ways. It provides the easiest and most scalable IP surveillance and physical security information management solution available today. Combining this with full policy-level administration and its unique flexible high availability Storage Volume Manager -- organizations now have a highly capable, powerful, scalable and easy-to-use physical security information management tool that truly synchronizes security.

About ISS

Integrated Security Systems (ISS) is a multi-platform security company, serving Fortune 100 & 500 companies as well as mid-sized and smaller commercial and institutional clients. ISS is technology-focused, with a varied product line that enables clients to integrate their security needs with one key partner. Products and service include securing physical assets, control access, liability reduction, risk management system development and implementation. Advanced phone processing systems, computer dispatching, internet communications and ordering capabilities round out their technology-based service profile. On call 24-hours a day, seven days a week, their professionally trained and certified technicians are always available for service and ISS customer relations are managed with a caring, personal attention to their clients' needs.

About videoNEXT

videoNEXT is a founding leader and developer of Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) solutions for commercial, government and military sites with installations worldwide. The company's flagship software, Security Knowledge Manager(TM) (SKM(TM)), is a true, open PSIM platform designed to synchronize an organization's security information into a single, user-friendly and manageable solution. SKM leverages a classical IT approach to video and sensor content management for capturing, organizing, storing and displaying video and sensor data. The growing SKM-family of enterprise-class products includes: v-AC access control module, v-MX video display offering, v-IQ video analytics and SKM-Mobile wireless solutions. Founded in 2002, the company is headquartered in Chantilly, Va. For more information on videoNEXT, visit www.videoNEXT.com or call 866.723.3077.

videoNEXT, the videoNEXT logo, SKM, v-IQ, v-MX, v-AC, vN-VE Series and SKM-Mobile are trademarks of videoNEXT. Other company and product names may be trademarks of their respective owners.

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