Barry Brannon, Marlin’s vice president of business development, and Anthony Pugliese IV, VideoProtein’s president, have teamed up to provide a standardized video solution.

Marlin Central Monitoring, Kissimmee, Fla., and VideoProtein, Delray Beach, Fla., have teamed to provide a standardized video solution that will deliver remote access to video systems through a single interface, allowing dealers to generate additional recurring revenues by offering multiple new video services to their customers.

Because of the combined partnership, dealers can offer end-users expanded features for their cameras and DVRs that go beyond their original capabilities.

“VideoProtein allows us to standardize video alarms, verification and guard tours on one monitoring platform without dictating to dealers what DVR or camera equipment to use,” said Barry Brannon, Marlin’s vice president of business development. “[The partnership] allows our dealers to go back and offer these economical new services to their customers and create new revenue streams. We’ve actually been able to bring on more dealers as a result of this relationship.”

VideoProtein chose Marlin as the first central station it will work with based on Marlin’s video monitoring technology and services.

“We’re pleased and happy to have this relationship with a forward-thinking company like Marlin Central Monitoring,” said Anthony Pugliese IV, president of VideoProtein.