Access security specialist, Bewator has announced that is has appointed Bruce Torrance as its new area sales manager for the North of England.

Bruce will manage the sales of the Bewator product range to the whole of the North of England.  He brings with him over twenty years experience working in the security field in both UK and European markets. 

Bruce said: "I am looking forward to injecting my expertise into this role and working for a leading access and CCTV security specialist.  I am excited about the challenges and opportunities this role will bring and am very keen to start moving the Bewator brand forward and build awareness of the wide range of products available to customers in my region.

Bruce comes to Bewator after working at a variety of national companies specialising in security, in both installation and sales sectors.  He has worked in a number of positions ranging from integrated systems manager to installer and has also successfully run his own business in this field. 

Bruce will be responsible for managing the sales of products from the entire Bewator range, which encompasses the full spectrum of technologies available to the security market today; from standard analogue CCTV solutions to matrices with networking capability as well as fully managed security systems with the integration of Access, Video, Intruder and Fire control.  This encompasses both analogue and IP (Internet Protocol) technology, which is key to offering customers scaleable, future-proof, modular solutions.

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