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Command center leaders are demanding their PSIM (Physical Security Information Management) systems be more agile, resilient, feature-rich, and capable of providing immediate solutions, in order to keep up with the changing risk landscape faced by their organizations. They also want to achieve the immediate benefits of a PSIM —improved response, productivity gains through automation, simplified compliance, and connecting teams—without the protracted project and IT delays in deploying complex systems.

Most are looking to software that is delivered as a service (SaaS), eliminating the IT complexity of traditional systems and delivering the scalability and resilience they require. Today’s PSIM, delivered as a Saas, can be deployed immediately and without a significant upfront cost.

We have worked with some of the world’s leading technology companies to address evolving security challenges. In our whitepaper, Next-Gen PSIM: Top 10 Things Leading Command Centers Expect Today, we explore the top 10 requirements that successful companies have for their Next-Gen PSIM; features that enable them to speed-up response, and improve operational efficiency, and future-proof their investment.

  1. Deploy immediately through Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) 

Delivering software-as-a-service eliminates many of the roadblocks that plague large software projects

  1. Scaling

When software is delivered as a service, the complexities of scaling are effectively eliminated

  1. Breaking the Cycle of Obsolescence

Delivering a dynamic set of open features quickly and simply speed-up response

  1. Remove the “Noise”

Next-Gen PSIMs only show relevant information, simplifying response

  1. Designed for Agility

The flexibility to make your own changes on the fly

  1. Dynamic Resource Allocation 

Orchestrating the movement of events between groups while enforcing SLA policies

  1. Sharing and Collaboration

Inviting others to the response interface puts everyone on the same page

  1. Leveraging AI

The power of “machine-learning” to predict areas of high risk; detect trends; reduce false positives; and more…

  1. Make Mapping Intuitive

Using geospatial data to focus on what matters

  1. Mobility

Connecting remote teams to improve coordination, automate processes, and speed-up response

Download the full whitepaper, Next-Gen PSIM: Top 10 Things Leading Command Centers Expect Today, to learn more.