Newsletter | July 1, 2013

07.01.13 -- What To Know About Selling IP Video Surveillance In Healthcare

Business Solutions
What To Know About Selling
IP Video Surveillance In Healthcare

By Jay McCall, networking and managed services editor
The channel’s hesitation to sell IP video surveillance hasn’t been entirely unwarranted. For the better part of the past three decades, the video surveillance market has largely remained static due in part to commoditization and little technological innovation. Despite its history, the physical security market is primed for a rebirth. Healthcare practices of all sizes and types are looking for video surveillance solutions to solve their business challenges.
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