Georgia Convenience Store Does it All with 3xLOGIC Video Surveillance

3xLOGIC surveillance system provides Georgia convenience store with proven effectiveness against theft while giving owner peace of mind

We’ve had experience with 3 other video systems, and we’re most pleased with 3xLOGIC—the ease of managing the system and the clarity of the images, we’ll never go with another camera system. Cliff Calloway, Co-Owner, BC Express Mart

3xLOGIC, Inc., a leading provider of integrated, intelligent security solutions today announced that the BC Express Mart, near Macon, Georgia, has deployed a 3xLOGIC video surveillance system to stay one step ahead of crime and to improve store operations.

The Lizella, Georgia 10,000 square-foot convenience store is owned by Belinda & Clifford Calloway and is just one of the businesses the two entrepreneurs own. The location is a convenience store, gas station, and restaurant, and employs 8-12 people depending on the season.

“The system was purchased about three years ago and was installed when this location was constructed,” said Calloway. “We’ve had experience with three other video systems, and we’re most pleased with 3xLOGIC—the ease of accessing and managing the system and the clarity of the images, we’ll never go with another camera system.”

Currently, the Calloways have 22 3xLOGIC cameras covering all cash registers, the drive-thru, various coolers, pump stations, areas within the restaurant and kitchen, and a 360-degree camera installed in the middle of the store watches out for shoplifters. 3xLOGIC video surveillance systems are popular with single store owners like the Calloways, as well as all the way up to mega-convenience store operations with thousands of locations. One major advantage with 3xLOGIC is the ability to scale from a handful of cameras to tens of thousands of cameras, all managed from a single, easy-to-use platform and GUI.

Calloway is planning to add at least six more cameras to cover remaining blind spots and to gain license plate visibility at the fuel pumps. Cameras are recorded to a 3xLOGIC NVR and managed with VIGIL Client software. Calloway and his wife also view camera feeds remotely on their smart phones, using 3xLOGIC’s View Lite II, an Android and iOS app.

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