Published on 11 October, 2013
|IndigoVision put an unforgettable night for an audience of systems integrators, consultants and end users
Following unprecedented booth activity, IndigoVision celebrated a highly successful ASIS 2013 by throwing an exclusive event at Buddy Guy’s Legends in Chicago.
With an audience of over one hundred systems integrators, consultants and end users, IndigoVision put together an unforgettable night of entertainment including musical performances by a number of the IndigoVision team, including Paul “Guitar” Murphy and a duet by Ted “Cash” Marolf and Debbie “Carter” Marolf.
Paul Smith, IndigoVision’s US Senior Vice President stated, “In eleven years in the security industry, I’ve never witnessed anything like this. Even the world-renowned Buddy Guy was impressed! The evening really captured all of the momentum IndigoVision has been growing in the US and Canada. We even had customers leave their own events to come back to ours!”
Sean Thompson, IndigoVision’s Canadian Sales Director said, “The event will be talked about for months, if not years, to come. We were dancing in the street ‘till early in the morning. Everyone could tell we were really pumped! After a show like ASIS, we felt we had earned it!”
Marcus Kneen, IndigoVision Chief Executive Officer explains, “We look for highly talented individuals to be part of the IndigoVision team. That talent is what sets IndigoVision apart from the competition, be it product, marketing or sales. The hard work by our team made ASIS 2013 by far the most successful trade show IndigoVision has exhibited at - we had a record number of attendees at the booth.
Our customers were really excited by our innovative products, including the new NVR-AS 4000 Networked Video Recorder and 20 Megapixel camera.
They were also intrigued by our low cost encoders and were keen to see how these allow them to use IndigoVision quality and features for mid-market as well as enterprise level applications.”
Marcus concluded, “The feedback from our customers was fantastic; they’re eager to get back to selling IndigoVision.”