Arecont Vision Receives 2011 PSA Star and Customer Service Excellence Awards

Arecont Vision received the 2011 PSA Star Award at the PSA-TEC Conference in Westminster, Colo. At this year’s ceremony in May, the Star Award was presented to four supplier partners out of more than 200. Supplier-partners are selected for the award based on member scores for exceptional products, quality, pricing and support.

Czarina Quilantip, Arecont Vision’s strategic accounts support specialist, also received an individual award for Customer Service Excellence from PSA Security Network staff.

PSA-TEC, held May 16-20 at the Westin Westminster, was a huge success for Arecont Vision, which had terrific booth traffic throughout the exhibition and received enthusiastic response to the company’s aggressive spring promotions. At the event, Arecont Vision announced expansion of its line of compact cameras and lower-cost indoor domes in addition to its new 20 megapixel SurroundVideo panoramic camera. There was also significant attendance at two Arecont Vision panel discussions, and at a special technology showcase session featuring the supplier’s industry-leading multi-megapixel technology. The week concluded on Friday, May 20, with a well-attended Arecont Vision Channel Partner Certification Training class delivered by Arecont Vision’s Mat Jenkins, regional sales manager. Arecont Vision’s Channel Partner Certification Program continues the company’s ongoing mission to educate the market on designing effective systems that incorporate the greater cost-effectiveness and expanded functionality of megapixel video technology.

Arecont Vision took the opportunity at PSA-TEC to acknowledge PSA Security Network for showing the most significant growth of any Arecont Vision strategic partner in 2010. In recognition, Carole Dougan, Arecont Vision vice president of strategic accounts, presented an award to PSA CEO Bill Bozeman and PSA VP of sales Diana Hanna. PSA Security Network enables members to combine the purchasing power and resources of a large group while maintaining the strengths and personal attention-to-detail of locally owned security companies.

“The training classes were well attended, and Arecont Vision was well represented at the conference,” said Carole Dougan, Arecont Vision vice president of strategic accounts. “There were plenty of technology-savvy hands on deck to deliver the Arecont Vision multi-megapixel message, and to effectively demonstrate our extensive line of products. Arecont Vision is proud to partner with PSA Security Network, and the new PSA-TEC venue in Colorado was truly fantastic.”

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