Servest Security partners with Business Insight 3 in bid to drive service line delivery

The security division of international facilities management company Servest has partnered with Business Insight 3 (Bi3) on a new initiative specifically designed to improve service line delivery and efficiency. By further merging the spheres of technology and security, the partnership promises to “revolutionise” the client experience by reducing costs while increasing quality.

Stemming from the desire to drive innovation in facilities management, Servest Security will now work with Bi3 to trial cutting-edge technology among its ever-expanding client base. Bi3’s video analytics system is said to offer “the most intelligent method of detection” in the marketplace. By intelligently analysing a scene, the technology has the ability to “drastically reduce” the number of false alarms generated by a CCTV system.

The product, which can be retrofitted to any existing CCTV circuit, offers a more efficient way in which to manage resources. It will also provide clients with additional reassurances that their assets are safely protected.

Furthermore, the technology considers other algorithms that will provide the end user with business critical insight, including information regarding Health and Safety, staff and site management. In tandem with Servest’s commitment to always provide an excellent client experience, this promises to further enhance the value of the service provider’s offer.

Jason Etherington, Servest Security’s managing director, is championing the partnership. “We’re delighted to be working with Bi3 as our partner on such an exciting venture,” explained Etherington. “The technology will enable Servest Security to work proactively with its clients in order to create and deliver innovative, cost-effective and bespoke solutions. Servest and Bi3 are both innovative in spirit, so I’m looking forward to seeing the team work together to explore future possibilities. We will set the bar higher and continually exceed client expectations.”

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Brian Sims BA (Hons) Hon FSyI Editor, Risk UK Pro-Activ Publications

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