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Arecont Vision Costar, globally renowned network-based video surveillance solutions provider, has announced that Intelligent Network Sales, LLC has joined the Authorized Manufacturer’s Representative Program. The experienced firm will deliver pre-sales support to AV Costar customers and partners across the New England Region of the United States.

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Steve Chase and his team bring years of experience in supporting customers throughout the New England region,” stated Kyle Parker, Vice President, Americas, Arecont Vision Costar. “I believe that customers and consultants in all six states – Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont – will quickly appreciate working with Intelligent Network Sales for their surveillance needs when employing our proven and award-winning Total Video Solution.Intelligent Network Sales is a manufacturer’s representative agency based in Walpole, Massachusetts

Intelligent Network Sales is a manufacturer’s representative agency based in Walpole, Massachusetts. The company brings a focus on intelligent buildings and data centers across multiple vertical markets that will be strongly complemented by the full suite of video surveillance cameras, NVRs, servers, video management software, and cloud services that form the Total Video Solution provided by Arecont Vision Costar

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We’re excited to add the Arecont Vision Costar portfolio of video surveillance products to our quality offerings from other global industry manufacturers,” stated Steve Chase, Principal, Intelligent Network Sales. “Our customers across biotech, data centers, education, financial services, government, healthcare, industry, smart and connected buildings, and the enterprise already expect the best products from Intelligent Network Sales. AV Costar products fit well into their needs.

Intelligent Network Sales is respected by its customers and is counted on as a trusted advisor to address their unique requirements,” added John Bujarski, Senior Sales Director, who leads all of Arecont Vision Costar’s teams across the Eastern US & Canada. “We could not have partnered with a better organization to provide pre-sales support our customers throughout New England.

Cyber-secure video surveillance

Intelligent Network Sales and all other members of Arecont Vision Costar’s Manufacturer’s Representative Partner Program are focused on bringing the industry’s best, cyber-secure video surveillance offerings to their assigned regions.

Participants in the program extend the reach of Arecont Vision Costar by providing expert pre-sales assistance while interfacing with and educating customers, consultants, system integrators, and distributors on available solutions for even the most challenging video surveillance requirements.

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