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Turing Video Announces Partner Program For Vision Integrators

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 August 31, 2021

Turing Video, a Silicon Valley-based AI company, has announced a partner program designed to help dealers and system integrators expand their portfolio and services with an AI-enabled video surveillance platform. The program is designed to help expand Turing’s reach and support its mission to deliver solutions, including robots, to customers in need of NDAA-compliant video surveillance and analytics.

The Turing Partner Program was designed to suit the unique business models of channel partners. The program offers dealer partners the ability to provide customers the latest in NDAA-compliant camera and NVR technologies, while expanding their portfolio and services with a Video Surveillance as a Service (VSaaS) offering to take advantage of recurring revenue streams. Turing said its solutions deliver an additional layer of AI analytics and business insights for customers to transform physical security infrastructure and improve operational efficiency.

“We are committed to being a channel-first company,” said Christopher Zenaty, senior vice president of sales at Turing. “That means we go above and beyond to provide our partners with the sales, marketing, enablement, and technical support to ensure their long-term success. As the security industry is evolving to more of a VSaaS model, we knew it was time to think differently and change the way we go to market. We know through our dealer partners we can get our products into the hands of end users much faster and increase our footprint.”

The Turing partner program will have a tiered benefit structure, which provides benefits like extended product warranties to all tiers, and complimentary demo equipment to higher tiers. Partners are also invited to be a part of the future of Turing through sharing ideas for future Turing products and features with the product management team through collaboration sessions.

“We provide partners with the long-term annual revenue streams through a portfolio of products designed to transform workplace safety and security with AI-enabled solutions,” said Yi Jin, vice president of product growth and marketing at Turing. “To ensure customer success, we deliver to our partners valuable tools, resources, and training.”

Turing offers several different AI-enabled product offerings, including:

  • Turing Vision, a safety and security video surveillance platform;
  • Turing Smart Series, intelligent and durable cameras that allow for optimal image clarity and color clarity in low light situations;
  • Turing Shield, a Covid-19 workplace monitor that includes body temperature scanner, facial recognition and questionnaire system;
  • Turing Robotics, an autonomous patrol robot with environmental sensors and realtime live streaming of video and recording functions.

For more details on the company and its offerings, visit the Turing website here.


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