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Video Surveillance for Restaurants & Bars

As experienced video security integrators, we’ve partnered with restaurants of all sizes and understand the threats they face on a daily basis. From employee theft to dine-and-dash incidents, our surveillance solutions hone in on all activity in your restaurant and bars so you can see what’s going on at all times — even while away from your restaurant on a mobile device.

Our team of professionals is well-trained in restaurant surveillance, offering consulting, integration, configuration, and support services to restaurants, bars, quick-serve chains, cafes, and drive-thru establishments.

Explore the benefits that video surveillance can deliver:

  • Helps deter dine-and-dashers from patronizing your restaurant
  • Excellent operational tool to monitor patron flow and wait service
  • Curtails possibility of theft & vandalism
  • Remote surveillance allows for smartphone & tablet viewing when away

Speak to a restaurant surveillance expert to take advantage of these benefits.

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