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WavestoreUSA Partners with BTI to Drive Sales Opportunities in Canada

WavestoreUSA, a provider of professional digital video and audio recording solutions for video surveillance applications, has signed BTI as an authorized distributor and reseller throughout Canada. Based in Edmonton, Alberta, BTI's value-added distribution approach will supply technical, training and consultation support to serve the needs of WavestoreUSA integrators, dealers and end users throughout the country.

BTI is the newest addition to WavestoreUSA's growing network of qualified partners. As a WavestoreUSA partner, BTI receives professional training on the latest technical developments, and premier support in marketing, planning and sales. WavestoreUSA also helps connect BTI with growth opportunities, and provides marketing materials and support related to its video management software (VMS) and video recording platforms.

“We are very pleased to serve as an authorized distributor for the WavestoreUSA product line in Canada,” said Neil Smith, BTI. “We are committed to offering innovative and unique products along with unparalleled service and support to enable integrators and partners to address their surveillance needs. The addition of WavestoreUSA’s products further extends our ability to fulfill this mission while supporting our overall growth strategy.”

WavestoreUSA and BTI, along with Epygi Technologies and MOBOTIX, will host a series of joint technology roadshows in March. During these educational events, WavestoreUSA will present its wide range of innovative, reliable and secure video management platforms, all powered by its V5 video management software, and BTI will explain its strong relationship with all three world-class manufacturers and how to acquire these products.

“We are excited to partner with BTI, a company with the proven industry experience and knowledge to help accelerate the adoption of WavestoreUSA technologies throughout Canada,” said Jennifer Martin, Director of Sales, WavestoreUSA. “The Canadian market demands cutting-edge solutions designed, manufactured and supported by industry leaders. By partnering with BTI, we are able to enhance the overall experience of today’s surveillance user while optimizing their return on investment.”

WavestoreUSA produces flexible, highly scalable video management and recording systems that support IP and analog cameras to ease the transition from legacy to digital systems. A built-in dewarping function enables users to optimize live and recorded views of 360-degree fisheye surveillance cameras. The company’s complete line of hardware solutions addresses a variety of video storage, recording and management applications, all of which are preloaded with the WavestoreUSA VMS.

To learn more about WavestoreUSA, see full details of its surveillance appliances or to sign-up for company updates, visit the WavestoreUSA Web site. If you are interested in becoming an authorized WavestoreUSA partner, contact [email protected].

About WavestoreUSA

WavestoreUSA is an innovator in the development of open platform IP video and audio surveillance solutions for security applications. Its robust and intelligent video management and recording platforms set the standard for quality, service and performance. The entire suite of WavestoreUSA technologies delivers powerful capabilities in an easy-to-manage, scalable and reliable platform. Customers across the globe benefit from its best-in-class solutions that enhance safety, increase security, optimize operations, and reduce upfront and long-term costs. Wavestore solutions are available through its dedicated network of channel partners. For more information, visit www.wavestoreusa.com.

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