March Networks, a company that helps in transforming video into business intelligence through the integration of surveillance video, analytics, and data from business systems and IoT devices, has won the 2019 Best Ottawa Business award for sales performance.
The companies working under March Networks use their software solutions worldwide to improve efficiency and compliance, reduce losses and risk, enhance customer service and compete more successfully. Peter Strom, President & CEO, March Networks said “We are very pleased to accept this award.”
March Networks secured two of the world’s largest cannabis companies, in addition to over 100 other cannabis customers. Capitalizing on the cannabis industry’s rapid growth in both Canada and the United States, the company’s video systems safeguard all stages of the cannabis supply chain including cultivation, testing, retail sales and secure delivery. Sueling Ching, Interim President and CEO of the Ottawa Board of Trade, congratulated March Networks on its success this year, “As an established high-tech company, March Networks plays a vital role in the local economy,” said Ching. “We are pleased to recognize them with this award and we wish them continued success in 2020 and beyond.”
Net Payne, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer, March Networks said, “March Networks recognized early on the unique security requirements of the cannabis market.” He mentions that he is proud of what the company has accomplished and thanked the employees as well as the costumers, ”On behalf of everyone at March Networks, I want to thank our customers for trusting us with their video surveillance needs and choosing our solutions for enhanced security, profitability and customer satisfaction.” March Networks SearchLight for Retail software helps cannabis businesses with both loss prevention and business optimization by integrating surveillance video with point-of-sale (POS) transaction data and analytics. Searchlight enables organizations to leverage video to track and analyze operations and customer service, and gather business intelligence on how and when customers shop. The software also integrates with Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) data.
The company delivers an enhanced level of tracking and compliance by allowing operators to keep a visual record of the movement of plants. With this software, customers can search for RFID-tagged product by date, time, brand, product code or serial number, and instantly pull up the surveillance video associated with that data.
In addition to Searchlight, March Networks’ highly-reliable network video recorders (NVRs) easily store IP surveillance video for several months, helping cannabis operators comply with the 90-day requirement for video archiving that several U.S. states have in place. The company’s IP cameras also capture sharp, high resolution video images, while its Command video management software helps customers monitor the health of their video systems, including all camera and recorder connections, to ensure 24/7 recording.
March Networks has worked with many of the world’s largest financial institutions, retail brands, cannabis operators and transit authorities, and has delivered their software and systems through an extensive distribution and partner network in more than 70 countries after being founded in 2002. March Networks and the March Networks logo are trademarks of March Networks Corporation. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.