Why your business needs video surveillance

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03 May, 2019 By Red Mountain Technology Solutions

Today’s security cameras aren’t just red blinking lights in the corner of a convenience store letting potential shoplifters know they’re being recorded. Yes, they can reduce theft and vandalism, but surveillance systems can also reduce insurance costs, reassure customers, improve employee productivity and provide important evidence to resolve disputes like a slip and fall claim. Cameras don’t lie. But the quality of the security cameras a business chooses matters.

Everyone’s familiar with grainy surveillance footage where it’s hard to make out what’s happening, let alone the faces of the people involved. Red Mountain Technology Solutions, voted Best Commercial Security in Southern Utah, launched its own brand of high definition security cameras in February of 2019.

“After years of trial and error trying to find cameras that can withstand the harsh environment of our desert heat and winter cold, we worked with the largest manufacturer and supplier of HD cameras to develop the RM line of cameras exclusively made for Red Mountain,” said Doug Dahl, the founder and president of Red Mountain Technology Solutions.

The cameras carry the official RM logo and come with the company’s advanced analytics for a fraction of the cost of the traditional high end cameras.

“We do not just sell a box, we sell solutions,” Dahl said. “We sell, install and manage solutions for your business, and we’ve made it our mission to make sure you are satisfied.”

Dahl’s company, which he formed in 2003, has been on the cutting edge of network and IP technology for nearly two decades. They also offer a variety of phone systems, electronic door locks, key card systems, Wi-Fi setup and cell phone signal boosting.

“Having a strong data background has helped us become a perfect fit with the latest technologies that all use the computer network and Internet as their primary modes to communicate,” Dahl said.

Red Mountain Technology Solutions worked on the Majestic View and Legacy Elementary School projects as well as the television, Wi-Fi and access control system for the Rocky Vista student housing complex.

But Dahl said his company has cameras and systems for a wide range of price points, and his sales team regularly works with small business owners to find a solution that fits within their budgets.

Red Mountain Technology Solutions also offers home surveillance systems, including a monitoring app for customers’ cell phones that doesn’t have a monthly subscription fee.

“We provide a full spectrum of services to help our customers have a secure, safe, and efficient home or business,” Dahl said. 


This article was presented and sponsored by Red Mountain Technology Solutions. For more information, go to redmtntech.com.


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