Arcules and Wesco align strategies to accelerate adoption of cloud-based video surveillance


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Arcules, provider of easy-to-use, multi-site video-management solutions as a service, has announced a strategic global distribution partnership with Wesco to expand brand awareness and increase access to easy, scalable and reliable cloud and managed services in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

Through the partnership with Wesco, Arcules will now be able to expand its reach through Wesco’s vast distribution network, giving greater visibility as customers continue to seek more flexible and secure cloud video solutions. As a leading global communications and security supply chain solutions provider with a highly respected brand and high-quality and reliable service, Wesco is an ideal partner for Arcules to work with as it looks to enhance its impact globally.

“When it comes to video surveillance and security, companies of all sizes are embracing cloud-based applications as they look to leverage analytics, remote monitoring and other IoT-enabled capabilities for improved performance,” said Tara Dunning, Vice President, Global Security, Wesco. “We are pleased to partner with a best-in-class provider like Arcules as part of our larger strategy to bring to bear the digital innovations and tools needed to improve video surveillance, gain critical business insights and bolster the bottom line.”

Wesco will act as a conduit between Arcules, systems integrators and end-user customers. The collaboration will focus on creating and growing cooperative relationships and providing technical guidance to design streamlined, cost-effective, cloud-enabled solutions.

“With Wesco, we have a partner we share a vision with of the industry’s ongoing transition to software-as-a-service,” said Andreas Pettersson, CEO, Arcules. “By evangelising the migration from on-premises surveillance systems, we help organisations eliminate complexity, reduce maintenance and save money while improving safety and cybersecurity.”

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