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IndigoVision Reinforces North American Sales Team

IndigoVision has announced five new additions to the regional sales structure in North America. 

New Regional Managers include: Bill Morehouse, South Central Regional Manager (N.M., Texas, Okla., Ar., La.), most recently serving as director of program development at DVTel and prior to that, RSM for Lenel Systems International; Jeff Swanson, Southwestern Regional Manager (Calif., Nev., Utah, Ariz., Hawaii), recently serving as regional manager for the government solutions division at Diebold and prior to that, as RSM for Bosch NA; Ted Marolf, Pacific Northwest regional manager (Alaska, Wash., Ore., Idaho, Mont.) and great Plains (N.D., S.D., Neb., Kan., Iowa, Mo., Wyo., Colo.), most recently with OnSSI, where he served as western regional manager and prior to that, as systems development manager at Johnson Controls; and Andrew Myones, southeastern and Caribbean regional manager (Ala., Miss., Ga., Fla.), coming from CSC, where he served as regional security manager and prior to that, in sales development at AFL Networks.
Additionally, Scott Coulson, formerly part of the field technical services team, has taken on the role of A&E development manager to deliver new business opportunities through consultants and end-users for the IndigoVision partners throughout Canada.
“We continue to drive the true value proposition of the IndigoVision System in a market where experience has taught many integrators that open platform solutions, without proper certified standards, can have a serious and demonstrably poor result,” said Kevin Bradley, president, North America, of IndigoVision. “We are moving forward with a powerful, experienced team, dedicated and focused on end-to-end solutions with an open architecture interface, and geared towards the industry’s future, solutions within standards. Our drive for ease-of-use and reliability provides our partners, and their customers, with the absolute most reliable, feature rich solution in the market.”

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