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Cost-effective business security solutions that provide peace of mind
The total number of reported crimes against the major UK business sectors in 2011/12 was 9.2million with theft by far the major contributing factor. In 2012/13 UK retailers lost £2,206million through customer theft alone.
These figures make for staggering reading. And it begs the question, what could be done to prevent such huge losses?
Our solution is remote monitoring and quality business security services.
From the Farsight Observatory we use hi-tech security solutions to remotely monitor CCTV cameras and security systems that are installed at your property. Footage captured at your site is sent via high speed Internet to the screens that our security operators monitor 24/7.
Every day we protect millions of pounds worth of property using remote monitoring. Find out more about how remote monitoring works in our video.
As leaders in the remote monitoring industry we:
Find out about our current client list and the types of sites we monitor.
Security installers, don’t compromise on the quality of remote monitoring for your client’s site. With high quality remote monitoring and business security services you will know the security system you’ve installed is getting the right results.
We only ever provide remote monitoring. We don’t provide any security installation or maintenance services, which means you can feel reassured that we wouldn’t take any work away from you. You’re the installation experts, and we’re the remote monitoring experts.
Call us on 0845 371 0101 or send us an email to find out how we work with security installers, like you, to provide an exceptional security service.
Business owners, facilities managers and site managers, without remote CCTV and security monitoring your site could be vulnerable to theft, environmental damage and fire. In an average month, we'll prompt numerous arrests and prevent tens of thousands of pounds worth of damage.
Our remote security monitoring can also be instrumental in ensuring health and safety compliancy. Via CCTV and security systems, remote monitoring can prevent injuries and save lives with emergency response and evidential footage.
Call us today on 0845 371 0101 or send us an email to find out how we can provide a cost-effective, bespoke security solution that could potentially save you thousands of pounds.
For more information please call 0845 371 0101 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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