Clear2There expands Jenne distribution deal

Video surveillance and M2M provider Clear2There has expanded its distribution agreement with Jenne Distributors, a value‐added distributor of business telephony, data, audio and video conferencing, and security products to resellers throughout the USA.

As part of the new arrangement, Jenne will now offer Clear2There’s series 1000 DVRs as well as Viewbiquity’s M2M products to its customers.

Viewbiquity’s M2M products enable businesses to connect and manage multiple business processes through a single interface. Through this capability, users can oversee a number of processes, including point‐of‐sale (PoS), energy management, transportation, IT infrastructure, security, communications, human resources and property management.

Viewbiquity technologies allow users to increase efficiency while reducing operating costs.

“We are excited and proud to grow our relationship with Jenne,” said Greg Mantia, chief executive officer for Clear2There. “The company is renowned for its commitment to customer service, and has an extensive reach into resellers and value added resellers.

“Jenne gives us an expansive and efficient network to deliver next‐generation surveillance and M2M technologies that have a profound impact on business operations.”

C2T’s series 1000 complements the company’s line of video systems that address small businesses and enterprise customers. The product portfolio includes IP and analogue technology, as well as a line of cameras, DVRs, NVRs and related products.

“Clear2There offers a very compelling product portfolio that will help our customers improve productivity and efficiency, as well as integrate many exciting new capabilities like M2M functionalities into video surveillance and other monitoring devices,” said Vince Piccolomini, VP of strategic business development for Jenne Distributors. “We see our partnership with Clear2There as an essential part of our growth strategy to deliver new and exciting services and technologies to our customers.”

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