Published on 31 Aug, 2011
| Compro IP series Cube and PTZ network cameras recently went on sale at a retail chain in Hungary|
Compro has been working hard on the development and strengthening of sales relationship with European distributors and retailers. In this past month, Compro has added two additional retail channels in the European region. In cooperation with the new channel partners, Compro is bringing its award-winning and easy-to-use IP surveillance products to more European consumers.
Going retail in Hungary
Compro IP series Cube and PTZ network cameras recently went on sale at a famous retail chain in Hungary. The chain owns 12 stores throughout the country, catering for personal and corporate customers, and runs one of the best-known electronics webstores in Hungary.
Alphasonic, Compro's local distributor, has a wealth of experience dealing with chain stores, hypermarkets, and maintains a strong relationship with many local retailers. It is the strong connection between Alphasonic and this famous retail chain that leads to the chain's recent decision to bring in Compro IP series network cameras onto its store shelves. Since then, a special camera promotion has been done at two of the chain's stores by Alphasonic in cooperation with this retail partner.
Reaching consumers in Bulgaria
On the other hand, Compro IP60 Megapixel Cube network camera has just hit the store shelves of one of the biggest retail chains in Bulgaria. Started in 2001, this famous retail chain now comprises 25 hypermarkets in 20 large cities and towns, selling appliances and accessories all over Bulgaria.
The force behind the arrival of Compro surveillance product on Bulgarian store shelves is Comel Soft Multimedia, the local distributor for Compro. Comel Soft Multimedia started establishing relationships with local retailers rather early in its operation, and lately saw a growing demand for home surveillance products, and therefore decided to bring Compro IP60 network camera into the Bulgarian market. "Growing market of wireless and mobile devices generates demand for such relatively low-cost, easy-to-maintain add-ons to the home network," explains Mr. Zlako, General Manager of Comel Soft Multimedia.
By introducing its easy-to-use network cameras into the Hungarian and Bulgarian market, Compro is looking to help the local consumers grasp the latest concept of home surveillance technology, which beyond securing people's lives and properties through IP video, can also provide a platform for people to share their lives with families and friends around the world.