Honeywell Introduces the Integrated Data Manager for Increased POS Surveillance

SYOSSET, N.Y. -- Honeywell introduced the Integrated Data Manager (IDM), a data-monitoring solution that enables complete integration of transaction data with its corresponding video from multiple sites via LAN/WAN or DSL. Ideal for the casino, retail, hospitality and financial industries, IDM uses Microsoft’s .Net technology that allows quick integration with major POS systems, slot machines, cash counters, ATMs, online systems or any data-generating device.

IDM integrates data with video to provide easy-to-analyze results and also increases an organization’s ability to identify unusual instances. This helps organizations improve their bottom line by reducing shrinkage and deterring future incidents. The cost-effective, easy-to-use software requires virtually no specialized training; with a few clicks of a mouse, transaction data accompanied by video may be accessed and reviewed instantly.

IDM features include:

  1. Real-time reporting that enables IDM to generate fixed reports, power searches and daily summaries to pinpoint suspect activity in seconds. Fixed reports allow transaction data to be quickly filtered by specific search criteria. The reports can be produced in HTML format for viewing from any Web site, allowing corporate-wide, password-protected access to the data from anywhere in the world.
  2. An intuitive user interface that requires minimal training. The software is a single application across the enterprise, eliminating the need for complicated interfaces and cables.

The ability to integrate single and multiple points of sale. The Enterprise Edition of IDM allows multiple sites to be configured and monitored from one central database, allowing review of transaction data from thousands of terminals. The Enterprise Edition is currently available and is ideal for businesses that require a single application for multiple databases, servers and clients.

“IDM is a truly integrated, enterprise-class solution that helps businesses reduce shrinkage and increase operational efficiency,” said Edna Menon, product manager for Honeywell’s Point of Sale Solutions.