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Xaveon remotely monitors buildings and installations. The monitoring is carried out remotely, real-time and is available 24 hrs. This serves as a more effective and cheaper way of monitoring a building than employing a guard (who cannot be monitored) to patrol the building. The monitoring data is recorded and allows customers to identify threats, reduce employee theft, reduce the risk of liability and prosecute offenders.

Scenario

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.


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