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Integration: The key to success

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sesa120190
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Schneider Alumni (Retired)

Integration: The key to success

Dave deLisser, Director of our Partner First Technology Development Program, discusses the integration program and its benefits to our customers at ASIS 2012. Check out the video and let us know what you think.

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Re: Integration: The key to success

Nice Job Dave.  Are you still involved with the Partner First Program? I saw a slide from John Dodge the other day that indicated you have an integration between Pelco and an Asset Management company. If this is available where do I get the details on that integration?

Best regards,

Mike

sesa118250
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Schneider Alumni (Retired)

Re: Integration: The key to success

I am still involved with PartnerFirst and our breadth of PartnerFirst partners keeps expanding.

http://partnerfirst.pelco.com is best location for partner details but we are also working with many additional partners that are not exposed on this site. If you have a specific company in mind we can confirm if we are already working with them and/or reach out to see what options are available to establish interoperability.