PSA partners with Brivo

The two are teaming up to help integrators grow their RMR
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Wednesday, September 19, 2018

WESTMINSTER, Colo.—PSA, a global consortium of systems integrators, announced a partnership with Brivo, a provider of cloud-based physical security solutions for commercial buildings, where it will offer its members unique selling opportunities for growing their recurring monthly revenue by incorporating affordable pricing options for securing their customers’ facilities.

“We’re seeing a growing demand for new ways of selling cloud-based access control solutions, and felt this was a great time to partner with Brivo and provide our members with managed solutions that will meet the growing customer demand,” Bill Bozeman, CPP, president and CEO of PSA, said in the announcement. “We’re really excited about the opportunities this program will bring our members to develop their own managed service provider offering.”

PSA noted that the partnership highlights the increasing adoption of cloud-based physical security systems while serving to assist PSA members in finding new ways of selling access control to grow their bottom line. “This offering provides members a new way of selling access control in the cloud, with no high upfront fees for their customers,” PSA said. “PSA members will have the ability to win customers that they may not have otherwise won in the past due to price while building the foundation for a managed services provider business model.”

Brivo is currently serving more than 10 million users and offers a unified security platform including access control, mobile credentials, mobile administration, video surveillance, identity federation, visitor management, and elevator control. As a SaaS company, Brivo also offers a complete API platform service that empowers partners to build custom integrations and vertical market offerings.

“Our mission is to make the world a safer place by providing a subscription-based service for securing buildings using reliable, convenient, scalable, cyber-hardened technology,” Steve Van Till, president and CEO of Brivo, said in a prepared statement.