CARROLLTON, Texas -- GVI Security Solutions, Inc., a provider of integrated Homeland Security Enterprise solutions for government agencies and the private sector, announced that it has entered into an agreement with the Stanford Financial Group to provide remote intelligent video surveillance capabilities for Stanford International Bank, Ltd., Bank of Antigua and the Sticky Wicket Restaurant, all located in Antigua. These security measures are intended to secure key bank assets, deter unauthorized activity and protect customers and employees.
The installation of GVI's CCTV Intelligent Cameras and Digital Watchdog DVRs, allow Internet-based, remote surveillance and motion detection. These recording and storage products provide video playback from one to thousands of cameras and locations into one remote command security center.
"As an international financial institution, Stanford has a vital interest in protecting our operations customers and employees. At the same time we were looking for a state-of-the-art, turnkey solution that was both cost-effective and accessible from a remote location. We chose GVI Enterprise Solutions Group because of its ability to deliver a quality solution, with the product, installation, service and maintenance all coming from a dependable source," said Tom Raffanello of the Stanford Financial Group, Security Department.
"Our remote surveillance solutions offer users the convenience of offsite supervision of multiple distant locations from one centralized spot, while being easy to use and maintain. We are very pleased to work with Stanford Financial Group to provide the security infrastructure to protect and manage their global operations," said Nazzareno Paciotti, Chief Executive Officer of GVI Security Solutions, Inc.
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