More streamlined, cost-efficient options for integrating Axis Communications network door controllers, cameras, and audio devices are now possible thanks to a new technology integration between Quanika and Ipconfigure.
The integration between Quanika’s access control and visitor management software and Ipconfigure Orchid VMS enables more affordable, powerful, and feature-rich integrated security solutions for single and multi-site management and control.
Quanika’s impressive, modular access control and visitor management software offers to seamlessly work with Axis Communications network hardware to provide users with a unified security management platform. Now those systems integrate with Ipconfigure’s popular VMS – including its Orchid Core video management software for small to mid-sized users – and its Orchid Fusion for enterprise level and multi-site applications.
“With the addition of Ipconfigure’s popular Orchid video management software suite, including Orchid Fusion, Hybrid, and Alto for small through enterprise and multisite applications, this technology partnership offers significant upfront and ongoing cost advantages, with simple license fee structures and no hidden extras,” says Leo Cook, Quanika’s General Manager.
“Our transparent, modular approach gives customers the freedom to scale up, letting them upgrade to enterprise-level functionality selectively for sites or camera streams where they need it most. They can do this without the prohibitive license fees traditionally charged by vendors.”
He added that one-stop-shop purchasing of Axis Communications hardware and Quanika and Ipconfigure software globally through leading distributor, Anixter, together with pricing flexibility would help systems integrators who need to competitively bid on project scale-ups: “They can now affordably cater for unlimited cardholders and credentials or manage multiple sites using a federated and partitioned architecture for video and access management. And they have the option to easily add in new and emerging technologies, such as AI-powered video analytics.”