PRWeb – Eyewitness Surveillance Invests in Watchdog Virtual Guard

Eyewitness Surveillance today announced it has merged security surveillance firm, Watchdog Virtual Guard (Watchdog) into its operations.
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Security Systems News – Eyewitness Surveillance receives $25m line of credit

Eyewitness Surveillance, a provider of video analytics and monitored video surveillance based here, received a $25 million five-year revolving line of credit from Capital One, the bank announced in mid-September.
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Security Sales & Integration – Eyewitness Surveillance gets investment from private equity firm

The undisclosed capital will be used to support the company’s expansion of its services and applications as well as its continued growth into new geographic and vertical markets.
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Baltimore Business Journal – Hanover-based Eyewitness Surveillance lands private equity investment

Hanover-based remote video monitoring company Eyewitness Surveillance has secured another investment from private equity firm LLR Partners.
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The Baltimore Sun – Eyewitness lands investment from LLR Partners

Eyewitness Surveillance, a Hanover-based security company, will expand its advanced video surveillance services and develop new applications for the technology after receiving an investment from LLR Partners.
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American Security Today – Eyewitness expands in Midwest and Northeast

The industry-leading video surveillance provider deepens its nationwide footprint with the latest focus in several key markets in Michigan, Ohio, Western Pennsylvania and New York.
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Security Sales and Integration – Eyewitness expands in Midwest and Northeast Cities

Eyewitness will establish new footholds in Detroit; Cleveland; Buffalo, N.Y.; and Pittsburgh. The focus in these new areas, the company says, is to align with the company’s commitment to geographic expansion as a key growth strategy.
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CIO Review – Eyewitness Surveillance – A Front Runner of Remote Security Camera Solutions

Eyewitness is featured in CIO Review January 2016 Magazine as one of the most promising video surveillance solution providers. Rush McCloy, CEO, was interviewed by the magazine.
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New Jersey Auto Retailer – Beyond Security

Video surveillance helps dealerships with daily business operations
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Security Info Watch – Eyewitness Surveillance expands its sales and marketing team

Eyewitness Surveillance announces the expansion of its team of experts with Rebecca Wilmoth, Director of Inside Sales and Marketing, and Jeff Purtell, Vice President of Sales.
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The Washington Area New Auto Dealers Association – Using Video Surveillance to Boost Dealership Efficiency

Eyewitness Surveillance, WANADA’s Kindred-Line member, has built an integrated platform that can create operational value across departments.
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Greater Lehigh Valley Auto Dealers Association – Video Technology is More Than Just Surveillance

Remote interactive video surveillance is becoming increasingly popular with auto dealerships, not only because it stops security threats before they happen but also because the technology provides measurable operational benefits.
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Security Systems News – Eyewitness Aimed At Strategic Growth

Eyewitness Surveillance, provider and installer of video monitoring solutions for auto dealerships and metal recyclers, has received $15 million in new financing from The PrivateBank.
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AutoGraph – Remote Surveillance Gaining Traction in Auto Dealerships

Remote interactive video surveillance is gaining traction with auto dealerships and it’s not just about stopping theft.
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Security InfoWatch – Is 4K a Quantum Leap for Video Surveillance?

The advent of 4K camera technology presents both new opportunities and challenges for organizations looking to get the most of out their video surveillance assets.
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Baltimore Business Journal – Eyewitness Secures $15M for Expansion Plan

With the new financing, Eyewitness is pushing west, with new auto clients in the midwest. The company is also expanding its inventory, with three new security products expected to launch in the coming months.
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Security Sales & Integration – Eyewitness Surveillance Secures $15M Credit Facility

Eyewitness Surveillance, provider of remote interactive video monitoring solutions specializing in serving mid- and large-sized automotive dealerships, has secured new financing to enable its continued expansion and business growth.
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Security InfoWatch – Eyewitness Surveillance Secures $15M in New Financing

New financing support, a $15 million facility from The PrivateBank, will be particularly valuable to Eyewitness as it continues to realize its strategic future growth goals within key automotive dealership and metal recycling organizations.
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Construction Executive – Stopping Jobsite Theft With Remote Interactive Surveillance

Losses due to theft and vandalism on construction sites have been increasing dramatically during the past decade. When it comes to securing a construction site, remote interactive surveillance is a valuable tool.
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MADA – Selling Cars to Gen Y

For any car dealership, it makes sense to focus on the people who are most likely to have, and spend, money. That group, increasingly, is Gen Y.
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The Frisco Enterprise – Eyewitness Surveillance

Eyewitness Surveillance announces that it has opened a new office facility in Frisco, TX.
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Recycling Product News – Preventing Theft and Vandalism at Recycling Facilities

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, the average cost for metal theft in U.S. states amounts to approximately $1 billion each year. Remote interactive surveillance can drive value by making theft extremely difficult for perpetrators.
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Security Magazine – Securing Supply Chains

Supply chain security used to mostly mean protecting from pilferage. Now it is homeland security, tampering, corporate espionage, product diversion, workplace violence and more as security executives strive to maintain the integrity of product through its entire lifecycle.
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Security Management – Eyewitness Successfully Protects MD Automotive Dealership

Car lots are attractive to thieves. Even with a security officer on duty at night, it is virtually impossible for one person to protect hundreds of vehicles parked over several acres. And amid dense clusters of cars, it’s easy for intruders to move around unnoticed.
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Dallas Morning News – Eyewitness Opens Frisco, TX office

Eyewitness Surveillance announces that it has opened a new office facility in Frisco, TX.
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MAPDA – Preventing Theft and Vandalism at Petroleum Storage Facilities –
Remote Interactive Surveillance is the Smart Solution

While owners of petroleum storage facilities may not be able to stop professional thieves and crafty vandals 100% of the time, remote interactive surveillance can make it extremely difficult for the perpetrators.
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Wards Auto – The Same Surveillance Cameras That Deter Thieves Can Help Analyze Customer Traffic

The surveillance technology that could identify someone attempting to steal from a vehicle in a dealer’s back lot also can help identify what areas of a car lot get the most after-hours customer attention.
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Equipment Today – Preventing Theft and Vandalism at Equipment Storage Sites

By far the biggest advantage of a remote interactive surveillance system is that it deters theft and vandalism before it happens.
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Scrap Magazine – Security Technology

Electric fences and remotely monitored camera systems can deter and detect intruders. Each approach has its strengths and weaknesses, but much depends on your facility’s security goals, design, and location.
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Washington Post – Eyewitness Surveillance

The company’s main mission is security, but there is plenty of upside helping car dealerships capture new buyers.
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Maryland Motor Truck Association – Preventing Theft and Vandalism at Cargo Warehouses

On a national basis, businesses are losing more than $35 billion annually to cargo theft occuring on the highways, railways, and in warehouses.
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Automotive News – Eyewitness Saves Automotive Dealers Thousands

In 2012, BMW of Catonsville installed Eyewitness Surveillance’s Service Lane System, an internal hidden camera system that monitors and records vehicle drop-off and delivery spots and other areas throughout the inside of the dealership. The dealership uses it as a defensive tool to help save the store tens of thousands of dollars in false vehicle-damage reports.
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