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New England craft cannabis farm to deploy Salient Systems’ VMS platform at its eight locations


AUSTIN, Texas – November 24, 2021 — Salient Systems, a leader in open architecture video management systems, has announced that its CompleteView VMS, an open platform video management system has been selected by Maine-based Brigid Farm for a multi-state video upgrade project for the company’s cannabis facilities.

With headquarters in Saco, Maine, Brigid Farm is a vertically integrated cannabis firm that has been providing cannabis products for more than a decade. The company has recently expanded its operations to include multiple grow fields, an edible manufacturing facility and two retail stores – a total of eight locations in Maine and one in Massachusetts.

As each location poses its own security challenges, Brigid Farm chose the robust, open platform CompleteView VMS to enable remote access to and centralized management of video from all the company’s locations, including its retail operations, The Farm Stand and The House of Hash.

“Given the heightened security concerns in the cannabis industry, and the unique security needs for our different locations, we were looking for a robust VMS that could help us easily monitor all of our operations from anywhere,” said Brett Messer, owner and general manager of Brigid Farm. “It was vital for us to have an open system that can accommodate our future technology needs and expand as our company grows.”

Brigid Farm also selected CompleteView for its ability to integrate with several other key operational technologies, including license plate recognition (LPR) to monitor daily incoming and outgoing deliveries, point of sale software for retail transactions and cannabis industry seed-to-sale tracking software, which cannabis businesses use for regulatory compliance.

“Our CompleteView VMS is widely used in the cannabis market as it is uniquely positioned to solve pain points for cannabis operators,” said Sanjay Challa, chief product officer, Salient Systems. “We’re excited to work with Brigid Farm to fulfill their integrated video management needs and provide them with operational visibility across their enterprise.”

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About Salient Systems

Salient is the leading software provider of comprehensive, enterprise-class Video Management Software and Systems. For 25 years, Salient has delivered best-in-class video surveillance solutions for critical infrastructure, transportation, logistics, retail, education, and more. Salient leverages intelligent video technology to mitigate risk, improve service delivery, and drive positive business outcomes for customers worldwide. Salient’s award winning CompleteView VMS platform offers a full range of applications for unmatched scalability through a fully open architecture. Citi Bank, Kirkland’s, University of Notre Dame, ABF Freight, Nike and thousands of other customers trust Salient to provide powerful video-enabled surveillance and business intelligence solutions for today and tomorrow.

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