WavestoreUSA Opens New Headquarters in West Palm Beach

WavestoreUSA announces the opening of its new company headquarters in West Palm Beach, Florida. The video surveillance provider acquired the new space to accommodate increased demand for its training and demo services and to house its team of savvy industry professionals including product development, applications engineering, marketing, customer service, sales, training and tech support.

“I am pleased to officially announce the new headquarters of WavestoreUSA,” said WavestoreUSA Vice President of Sales, Randy Miller. “Since adding new reps like Legacy Marketing and distributors such as Global Surveillance Systems, WavestoreUSA has had increased requests for training, tech support and product demos. The unparalleled services we provide have increased exponentially over the past six months. This new office serves as a more conveniently located home base from which we will continue providing superior service to our clients locally, nationally and around the world.”

The WavestoreUSA headquarters is located in the Vista Business Park at 2253 Vista Parkway, Unit 14, West Palm Beach, FL, 33411. Conveniently situated just off the Florida Turnpike, the WavestoreUSA headquarters is minutes from Palm Beach International (PBI) Airport and close to the festive and flourishing, downtown West Palm Beach, FL. Rapidly evolving into a thriving urban center, downtown West Palm Beach was recently ranked by Forbes magazine as the top city in Florida for business growth and careers. WavestoreUSA also announces new telephone and fax numbers. General Office Number is: 561-616-9567 and Fax Number is: 561-616-9571. The WavestoreUSA 800 number remains the same: 877-221-0426.

WavestoreUSA invites its technology integration partners, resellers, and certified systems integrator and security dealer channel partners to visit often and to utilize its conference room and training spaces.

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