Roach will help customers achieve their security objectives with megapixel and IP technology
Mark Roach will have responsibility for Colorado,  Montana, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming

Arecont Vision®, the industry leader in IP-based megapixel camera technology, today announced that Mark Roach has joined the company as Regional Sales Manager for the Mountain States. Roach is based in Fort Collins, Colorado and will have responsibility for Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming.

“Mark’s strong sales background in account management and new business development will help us deliver even more value to our end users and channel partners,” said Carole Dougan, Vice President of Sales, North America for Arecont Vision®. “His support and industry expertise complement our strong product portfolio and expand our ability to communicate the value and benefits of megapixel and IP camera technology.”

In his new role, Roach will help customers achieve their security objectives with megapixel and IP technology, while working closely with systems integrators, consultants, and technology partners in the region to drive awareness of the Arecont Vision® brand.

Roach brings extensive sales experience in the region to Arecont Vision®, having worked with EDP, Westec, and Onity. Roach has a BA in Marketing and Business Management from Southeastern Louisiana University.

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