Arecont Vision

Arecont Vision Costar, the provider of network-based video surveillance solutions, announces the selection of Brian White as Regional Sales Manager for the Great Lakes Region. The company, a new business unit of Costar Technologies, Inc. (OTC Markets Group: CTSI), was launched on July 13th, 2018 and is expanding its sales and support across the Americas. 

Brian brings nearly two decades of senior-level sales experience in security and cloud computing to our customers in the Great Lakes,” said Kyle Parker, Vice President, Americas Sales. “He is very familiar with the needs of security industry end users in the territory, and skilled in engaging and supporting sales partners to deliver complete solutions.

Worked with prominent security companies

Brian's previous security industry career included sales positions with Avigilon and TycoMr. White joins the Arecont Vision Costar team from his most recent posting at IDIS where he held a similar assignment. His previous security industry career included sales positions with Avigilon and Tyco, and earlier assignments in the IT and Telecommunications spaces.

Brian has demonstrated determination and innovation throughout his career in support of his customers,” stated John Bujarski, Senior Sales Director, Eastern US and Canada. “His diverse background in security and technology will help ensure his success in bringing the Total Video Solution and its components to customers in the Great Lakes region.

Total Video Solution

The Total Video Solution is a comprehensive product offering introduced by the company in the first half of 2018. It includes the original MegaIP single-, dual-, and multi-sensor megapixel cameras that are used around the world by Arecont Vision Costar customers, as well as the new world-class ConteraIP single- and multi-sensor cameras, advanced ConteraVMS software, cloud-managed ConteraCMR video recorders, and ConteraWS web services.

Customers can select a complete system, or integrate their choice of components with existing cameras, VMS or NVR systems

Customers can select a complete system from Arecont Vision Costar, or integrate their choice of components with existing cameras, VMS or NVR systems, and infrastructure via ONVIF compliance. The Technology Partner Program and the MegaLab test facility has also been used by dozens of other industry leading vendors to go beyond ONVIF standards, ensuring the best possible integration with Arecont Vision products.

The new Arecont Vision Costar is a great opportunity for any security industry sales professional,” stated Mr. White. “I am already finding great interest among both existing and emerging customers in the company and our expanded product portfolio.” Based in the Columbus, Ohio area, Mr. White holds a BA from John Carroll University and a BS Finance from the University North Carolina-Charlotte.

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