Software House's sister company provides an enterprise VMS.
Built from the same SDK these products were designed and coded from the same team.
Final note, this person and their group membership has been terminated. I won't tolerate this.
Cool, now I'll know never to buy from "Undisclosed" ;) (where's that trollface emoticon??)
I am curious as per why CC 9000 integration with Exacq failed "Soft Triggers" being that they (SWH and Exacq) are both owned by Tyco (now Johnson, next Fudruckers? :) ), hence rendering it a lame integration and useless solution. Our customer wanted ability to track false forced door alarms and be able to search based on Ccure Events, which is what is meant by the "Soft Trigger" functionality referenced at Exacq's web site product integration section.
Luckily I was able to make up for this deficiency by tricking ccure into thinking the Exaqc NVR was a Legacy AD Matrix Switch, Exacq's facility for POS and a Lantronix. I accomplished this by trial and error with little to no help from SWH. Exacq did help a tad with POS and Serial port configurations.
The fact that they still fail "Soft Triggers" Function with Exacq, lends me to question why? Is it pure laziness on the SDK developers or is it to sway interrogators into using AD with SWH?
BTW, I applaud IPVMS for it's existence! Finally a place where I can vent my frustrations without being labeled a trouble maker.
One of my biggest frustrations with our industry as an integrator is being an unappreciated beta tester for the manufacturers and taking heat from end users on one end of a problem and being treated like crap from the manufacturer on the other end!
I work for a major integrator, hence non-disclosure of my name.