RACV Focuses on Home Security Video Surveillance
Royal Automobile Club of Victoria is seeking expressions of interest from suitably experienced CCTV equipment suppliers for the provision of domestic CCTV security for its customers in Victoria.
Suppliers must have substantial proven Australian experience in the residential CCTV equipment market and the capability to service the greater Melbourne Metropolitan area and major Regional centres of Victoria.
The Royal Automobile Club of Victoria (RACV) is a motoring club and mutual organisation, providing services such as roadside assistance, vehicle, home and contents insurance, personal and car loans, driving instruction, tourism services and home security products. The organisation has 2 million members, monitors 8000 security systems and 50,000 medical alarms. RACV has 2623 staff and an annual budget in excess of $A443 million.
At Security 2015 in Melbourne this year, RACV’s general manager Home Services Aaron Flavell said RACV was particularly interested in combining alarm monitoring with CCTV capabilities.
“…Intrusion alarms, automation and video surveillance capabilities, give our members an attractive solution,” Flavell said.
To register an expression of interest and receive a copy of the documentation, email [email protected] by 3:00pm AEDT on Wednesday 4 November 2015.♦