Arecont SituationalPlus+ Explained

By: John Honovich, Published on Nov 11, 2015

Arecont claims to be 'redefining situational awareness' through their new SituationalPlus+

But what is it? And how does it compare to their controversial Pixels Per Dollar that they used to push?

In this note, we explain and contrast.

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Comments (2)

I agree - seems like someone at marketing has been a little too happy.

In fairness, any marketer with the prestigious Arecont brand, would be happy...

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