Xaveon's RemoteGUARD service helps lower the cost for guard services. We provide
the power of presence. With RemoteGUARD you will always have a guard on hand. He
will never be late. Never need to go to the bathroom. Never takes a coffee break.
And he will never fall asleep on the job. RemoteGUARD service allows your site to
be connected to the Xaveon Monitoring Center in which our trained staff secures
your facility. This service is equipped with 2-way communication and is available
24-hours a day. RemoteGUARD can welcome your customers and deter your predators.
For less than 1/3 the price of a Security Guard, RemoteGUARD provides you with
monitoring capabilities for 4 cameras at the site. The following cases will help
you understand what RemoteGUARD can do for each application.
Remote Monitoring - Mr. Chao
Mr. Chao is the owner
of a successful convenient store on North and Broadway. Recently
he’s been having trouble with shoplifters. Inventory counts
keep decreasing each day while revenue has not gone up. Mr. Chao
decides to secure his store using Xaveon’s RemoteGUARD service.
Mr. Chao and Xaveon identifies that most of the items turn up
missing during the hours of 10PM to 6AM. Mr. Chao also has a problem
with teenagers loitering in front of his store, usually leaving
cigarette butts and litter. At 10PM each night John, a Xaveon
Security Specialist, logs into Mr. Chao’s store and monitors
4 of his cameras.
At 10:34PM John notices
that a group of teenagers are gathering in front of Mr. Chao’s
store. John constantly monitors Mr. Chao’s store paying
close attention to the group of teenagers that has gathered. At
10:51PM John notices that the group of teenagers have started
littering and leaving soda cans in front of Mr. Chao’s store.
At 10:52PM John decides to address the group of teenagers
by using the RemoteCOMM. John states, “Excuse me guys, this
site is being monitored by Xaveon Security and doesn’t allow
loitering. Could you please hang out some place else?” John
was prepared to contact the local authorities in the event that
the teenagers did not respond. He was happy to see that the group
of teenagers apologized and dispersed.
ATM Monitoring - Veronica
Veronica Jenson is
a wife, a mother of three, and a trainer. Three days out of the
week, Veronica goes to the local gym where she teaches an aerobics
and weight-training class until late in the night, usually leaving
at around 11pm. Veronica accepts cash and checks as payment for
her services the first and third Mondays of every month. Veronica
usually stops by the bank after her class on Monday to deposit
the payments. She always goes to the bank on Harrison Street where
her friend Arnold is the branch manager because she gets special
privileges for using ATM deposits rather than coming in and seeing
One cool Monday night
just like any other, Veronica finished her class at 10:05PM and
hung around to speak with one of her students. She finally left
the gym at 11:13PM and headed for the bank to deposit the bi-monthly
Virtual Guard Service - Luis
Luis Sanchez is a building
manager for a large shopping mall in Hollywood, California. His
position is one of mediation: he must reconcile the demands of
the facility owners with the wishes of the vendors. As a self-made
man, Luis prides himself on his problem-solving skills. So when
a slow summer threatened some vendors with outstanding rent payments,
Luis was the first to consider options for these vendors.
He first looked into
their monthly rent payments. The rent for a small store was reasonable
by shopping mall standards, particularly for a facility in such
a prime location. Then Luis investigated the cost of amenities,
which included a gardening service, parking passes, and security
guards after-hours. All of these amenities were needed in some
capacity, but by far the most costly of these services was paying
for security guards by the hour. After the mall closed, six security
guards patrolled the mall. Theft had never really been a problem,
but the daily costs of such an operation were tremendous. Luis
knew if he could find a more financially reasonable alternative,
then most of the vendors who were threatening to leave the mall
would be willing to stay.