CCTV

BDM for France

by Mark Rowe

360 Vision Technology, the UK CCTV manufacturing company, has appointed Pascal Wojciechowski as Business Development Manager for France. He is covering France and French-speaking countries, including Belgium, Switzerland and Africa.

Pascal had some 26 years working at Sony, where he established the company’s Image Sensing Division’s European HQ, and was responsible for the Division’s routes to market development and sales and marketing growth strategies. Latterly, Pascal has worked t companies such as Exavision and Dealpix, to expand their imaging solutions reach.

Pascal, pictured, said: “I’m really looking forward to building greater market awareness for 360 Vision’s range of innovative and robust Europe developed and manufactured camera products range. My aim is to position 360 Vision amongst system integrators to establish the company’s solutions as a defacto camera choice for professional security surveillance applications. To support that aim, I’ll be promoting the many technical, performance, long-term reliability, low cost of ownership and manufacturer support benefits to be gained by using 360 Vision camera products.”

Mark Rees, 360 Vision’s Managing Director, said: “Pascal will play a very important role in further developing 360 Vision’s presence in France and surround French speaking regions, helping customers to implement high-performance imaging solutions. 360 Vision’s broad expertise and commitment to customer service will in-turn support Pascal to establish a solid platform for the company’s continued growth across France.”

Pascal was among the 360 Vision staff at Security Essen 2018.

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