First recorder appstore

November 2010 News, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring

Project-specific developments often deliver significant added value, so Geutebrück is launching its new GStore to give other users access to special solutions developed by using its software development kits (SDKs).

Here customers can buy optional licences for certificated apps to expand the functionality of their Geutebrück systems. The company provides free SDKs and free support to external developers during planning and development stages. As a result, over the years many extremely useful and valuable solutions have been produced by external developers using these SDKs. Now to make some of these available for wider use, Geutebrück is setting up a sales channel in the shape of GStore.

“Ours is not quite like the typical app stores in the mobile device field,” reports Patric Meyer, SDK manager with Geutebrück. “Our concept is more about meeting the individual needs of our customers and solution developers. And of course we have an intensive certification process to ensure that all products achieve Geutebrück’s high quality standards.”

Finally, it offers developers or user-companies a unique opportunity to earn income from unique integrations or developments, based on other users buying such applications via Geutebrück’s G-Store in future.

For more information contact Geutebrück, +27(0)71 673 3005,,

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