Published on 20 December, 2007
IQinVision, market leader in high performance megapixel network cameras, smart IP cameras, and network video recording systems, recently announced that it continues to expand rapidly and add staff to support strong global sales growth.
Wendi Grinnell has joined the company as Marketing Communications Manager, while Don Ashley was promoted to Technical Services Manager and Dawn Miller promoted to Marketing Programs Specialist. In addition to a number of recent US hires in engineering, operations, and administration, the company's European staff continues to expand: Ivan Sval has joined as the regional sales manager for Southeastern Germany, Austria, and the Balkans, based in Slovenia; and Miranda Njoo is European Office Manager, based in IQinVision's European headquarters in Utrecht, Netherlands.
Wendi Grinnell has over 10 years of diverse marketing communications experience, most recently as marketing manager for Honeywell's National Builder Program. At Honeywell, Grinnell was responsible for overseeing the design and production of marketing communications materials, the creation and implementation of various design studio displays, website development and partner program growth.
New European regional sales manager, Ivan Sval, brings considerable experience to IQinVision. He has worked in security for over eight years, representing leading product lines in both access control and video. After working for the security integrator G7, specializing in casinos, highways, and large integration products, he formed his own company. While serving as an IQinVision distributor, Sval became convinced of the company's 'Resolution Revolution' and has now joined the company full-time.
IQinVision is also supplementing sales and support resources with the addition of two manufacturer rep firms. In the US, DSP Integrity, LLC with offices in Dallas, Houston, and Austin, will be covering Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana. In the fast-growing European market, Salmeco Ltd will be representing IQinVision in the Baltic States.
IQinVision President and CEO, Pete DeAngelis, commented on the recent growth, "IQinVision has been designing, developing, and producing megapixel and multi-megapixel network cameras longer than anyone in the world. The market has recognized the value of the IQeye product line's maturity and stability, and this has lead to sustained, impressive growth. Our recent staff expansion ensures that as this growth continues, we will maintain our best-in-class products, customer service, and support."