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Banco Azteca deploys Verint video surveillance system

10 June 2009  |  2018 views  |  0 Source: Verint Systems

Verint Systems, a leading provider of analytics software-based solutions for workforce-enterprise optimization and security, today announced that Banco Azteca has implemented the Nextiva IP Video Management solution from Verint Video Intelligence Solutions to help safeguard its data center operations.

Headquartered in Mexico City and founded in 2002, Banco Azteca became the first Mexican-owned consumer credit institution, and today operates more than 1,500 retail branches in Mexico, Panama, Guatemala, Peru, Honduras and El Salvador.

"From the beginning, Banco Azteca has been an early investor in state-of-the-art technology and innovative processes to support its financial operations," says Rogelio Garcia Cabrera, IT manager, Banco Azteca. "Our goal was to find a technology provider able to deliver the same integrity and service levels as EMC with whom we have a long-standing relationship. As such, we were pleased to partner with Verint, who has provided the expertise, high-caliber attention and technical support we expect, with a proven video management solution able to meet our requirements, and save resources, time and money."

The Verint physical security solution enables Banco Azteca to effectively monitor its data center. With a previous digital video recorder (DVR) system in place, the organization required a scalable platform that would meet all of its security objectives. Verint's next-generation Nextiva video management platform is integrated with Banco Azteca's biometric access control system to help provide bank security and IT personnel with automated notification, along with sophisticated feature-rich video viewing and transcoding from the international location to the Mexico City central location. Together, the Verint Nextiva and EMC CLARiiON physical security solution is helping protect Banco Azteca's assets and employees.

"We're pleased to provide outstanding financial institutions, such as Banco Azteca, with innovative and reliable technology solutions to meet their video surveillance requirements both today and as they grow," adds Elan Moriah, president, Verint Video Intelligence Solutions and Verint Witness Actionable Solutions. "As a leading provider of networked IP video solutions, Verint is committed to delivering tring the high reliability, performance and video quality required by financial institutions worldwide."

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