Intransa increases sales coverage

Feb. 25, 2009
SVC Marketing, Source AV join company's StorPartner program

SAN JOSE, California – February 24, 2009 – Intransa, the leader in video data management and retention solutions for physical security, today announced increased sales coverage across the north central United States and across all of Canada. SVC Marketing and Source AV have now joined the Intransa StorPartner program.

SVC Marketing is a leading security manufacturer’s representative firm, based in Hamilton, Ohio, with an extensive product portfolio.

"We are extremely pleased to add Intransa’s security-grade video retention solutions for our customers who are looking to extend the life of their existing CCTV systems," said Steve Gloyeske, SVC’s owner. "And to be able to future-proof new installations and refits with green, scalable physical security solutions is an even bigger plus."

Effective immediately, SVC Marketing provides sales coverage to Intransa StorPartner integrators and dealers servicing CCTV DVR upgrade and all-IP surveillance system customers across the states of Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin, as well as Western Pennsylvania. Also announced was coast-to-coast coverage of Canadian integrators and dealers, with the addition of Source AV. Headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, Source AV covers the entire country for Intransa, offering an extensive product portfolio and deep security expertise.

"Intransa’s scalable video retention for both existing surveillance systems and for new installs that reduce costs and add all the power of digital technology are a great fit for our physical security portfolio," stated Don Douglas, Source AV president. "The benefits of the Intransa solution are easy to understand and help explain the company’s rapid growth."

Intransa products are on display this week at TechSec Solutions in Dallas, Texas through Wednesday, where CTO Alan Rowe is a featured presenter. Next week Intransa will be on display at the World Game Protection Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, March 1 to 3.

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