Arteco Names Justin Willett Regional Sales Manager

Aug. 15, 2006
Willett to work with systems integrators in Western U.S.

St. Louis, MO (August 9, 2006) — Arteco Vision Systems, a leader in the complete customization of intelligent video applications in the security industry, has announced the appointment of Justin Willett to the position of Regional Sales Manager. Willett will work with Arteco system integrators in an 11-state region in the Western United States.

Prior to joining Arteco, Willett owned Teccore Systems, Inc., a security integrator firm in Boulder, Colo.  He previously had served as sales manager for Electronics Line, in Boulder, and as a sales rep for Tri-Ed Distribution in Denver. 

“Justin’s experience makes him an excellent addition to our team,” said Arteco President Giorgio Bucci. “As someone who has previously been a security dealer, he understands their needs and expectations.  He also understands the needs of the end-user, as he has dealt with them on a regular basis. His collective years of experience as a security manufacturer’s sales rep and an integrator will be tremendously beneficial for his customers.”

Willett is a graduate of Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas, where he received his bachelor’s degree in Political Science.

Willet and his family reside in Denver.

Located in St. Louis, MO, Arteco Vision Systems, Inc. is a member of the Arteco Global Family, headquartered in Faenza, Italy, and holds exclusive rights to market proprietary intelligent video solution (IVS) systems in the U.S. for both commercial and residential settings.  With more than 500 installations of this system globally, Arteco provides all hard and soft components to maximize the optimum performance of a balanced, customized system.  Its advanced system analysis enables users to move video surveillance from a reactive forensics tool to a pro-active, pre-emptive security measure that can stop violations as they happen.  The Arteco IVS is currently being used to increase security at subway stations, museums, hospitals, highways, manufacturing facilities, water treatment plants and city centers, as well as protecting national landmarks. For more information about Arteco, visit