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Snap One releases remote management platform update

New user interface and system protocol features for its OvrC Remote Management Platform "expedite action and increase available information for partners", the company said

Snap One has announced a number of upgrades to its OvrC remote management platform – including improved monitoring accuracy and notifications to Pakedge BakPak migration into OvrC – that it said makes the system “more effective than ever, simplifying installations and providing superior ongoing service capabilities”.

Snap One product manager, Evan Marty, explained, “The latest OvrC update brings improved notification accuracy, more actionable information, and better, faster UI navigation. Snap One Partners will find troubleshooting installations is easier than ever thanks to new capabilities and improved workflows.”

A recent introduction to OvrC is Wi-Fi Management; a fast network set-up tool that enables installers to update settings on multiple access points and offers a consolidated interface view that displays commonly used settings such as channel, power levels and roaming status.

“We are always listening to our partners’ needs and suggestions, and they help inform the next generation of OvrC capabilities,” continued Marty. “By simplifying Wi-Fi network set-up, ensuring notifications are only triggered for critical issues, and improving workflow and user outreach within the OvrC interface, we’ve made remote management and monitoring more powerful and easier than ever before.”

Snap One has recently introduced OvrC Pro capabilities to Control4 EA and CA controllers with the release of OS 3.2.2, enabling any Control4 system to be fully monitored and managed through OvrC. “When we combine OvrC and Control4, we deliver a new level of insight into the project,” Marty concluded. “Control4 has fantastic visibility into devices connected to the control system, but with OvrC we provide additional visibility into every device connected to the network.”