Brivo Named Winner of 2021 Business Intelligence Group Innovation Awards

We are excited to announce that Brivo was named as a winning organization in this year’s BIG Innovation Awards. On behalf of the entire Brivo team, we are thrilled to be included in this year’s list alongside other organizations, products, and people that are bringing new ideas to life in innovative ways.

2020 took everything we know about business and security and turned it upside down. Here at Brivo, we faced the chaos head-on and addressed the challenges of a changing landscape to help our clients and customers find creative solutions to deal with the pandemic. Brivo’s mission is to combine the best services and technologies to bring simple, better technology to companies across the globe. Every day this mission becomes more important as our world changes and security threats evolve beyond physical ones. Thank you, Business Intelligence Group, for recognizing how our work can help make the world a safer place.

“Innovation is now critical for our civilization to progress,” said Maria Jimenez, chief nominations officer of the Business Intelligence Group. “We are honored to award so many executives, companies, and products the BIG Innovation award this year. Each person, company, and product has made tremendous strides at improving the lives of their community.”

As we move into 2021, Brivo remains at the forefront of innovation with its breakthrough access control capability. Brivo Access provides security professionals the ability to manage more comprehensive and customized data with visualized access control and smart building sensor data to illuminate anomalies and better protect people and property.

Additionally, Brivo provides a package of Facility Safety Features that prioritize health safety as a brand new category in the security industry, including a dashboard view into every property under management — whether that’s one single property or hundreds of global facilities — accessible from any device. This was a game-changer for security teams struggling to maintain security protocols from afar.

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