Israel's Bank Mizrahi Tefahot installs Nice video surveillance tech
30 April 2012 | 3378 views | 0
NICE (NICE), announced today that Israeli bank, Bank Mizrahi Tefahot, selected the new NiceVision banking solution to secure its branches and ATM systems located throughout Israel.
The new NiceVision banking solution captures video recordings inside branches and from ATMs for fraud detection and claim settlement, and allows for easy access and retrieval of video evidence; supporting compliance with law enforcement requirements.
The NICE banking solution includes new capturing devices tailored for ATMs and branches. It also features an innovative multi-site management dashboard for quick and efficient view of the status of video surveillance systems of all bank branches, enabling at-a-glance-detection of malfunctions and security alerts. Additionally, smart ATM integration enables banks to quickly and easily pinpoint ATM video footage for investigations, querying transaction IDs, locations or other ATM data.
"After extensive evaluations of different vendors, we are very confident about choosing NICE to enhance security at our branches and ATMs. We are proud to be the first bank in Israel to implement the new NICE security banking module. The cost effective recording platform together with cutting edge control room applications, created a unique solution, which perfectly complies with our internal regulations and national law enforcement requirements," said Rita Rubinstein Member of the Board of Management and Vice President at Mizrahi Tefahot Bank.
"We are honored to be selected by Bank Mizrahi Tefahot for its nationwide surveillance systems replacement. The combination of NICE's cutting edge technology and low total cost of ownership (TCO) was a key factor for the project's success. This new banking solution is part of our extensive offering to the financial institutions," said Guy Yaniv, General Manager, Surveillance Solutions Division, at NICE.