Corporate Security Solutions



Paying a security guard or internal employee to manage safety and security is an expensive proposition. It’s especially expensive to have that person in place 24 hours a day, every day of the year. Live monitoring by TRACE is a smart, and cost-effective alternative.

The TRACE solution from ivelah is 100% tailored to your needs and business model. And we can even customize the solution to vary from location to location. Keeping each location within compliance while simultaneously providing them some autonomy for how their facility runs when it’s performing its best.

Our licensed specialists can watch over any environment 24/7, 365 days a year either through existing or newly installed equipment. Every member of our team is Safety Certified, heavily screened, background-checked and drug-tested. And the training we provide or team is extensive and ongoing


Did you know: Recorded video footage only helps to investigate a crime after it has already been committed! Live monitoring can prevent crimes from happening.


Fact: Live monitoring eliminates the fear of negative recourse associated with unwanted liability due to unmonitored cameras. With TRACE, you are no longer solely responsible.





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Have questions? Contact us at 800.216.0805

Our team is here to any questions you may have and help you explore if this option is right for your organization.


Additional resources are provided in the links below.  The "Strategic Solutions" link will help you make better informed decisions with regard to your security designs and technologies. The "Security Standards" link will help ensure that your security standards are up-to-date, and finally the "Beneficial Integrations" link will help ensure you are fully utilizing all of the beneficial integrations available to you. 


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