i-PRO Americas Inc., a provider of security solutions for surveillance and public safety, has announced the expansion of its distributor network in Canada and Latin America and the Caribbean.
According to the company, new partnerships have been agreed with both ADI and TD SYNNEX in Canada and the International Security and Trading Corporation (ISTC) in Latin America.
“The finalization of the distribution network in Canada is very exciting as we have reached a key milestone in joining the i-PRO Americas family,” said Zoran Trgacevski, District Sales Manager, i-PRO Canada. “We are looking forward to leveraging ADI and TD SYNNEX as our exclusive i-PRO distributors to provide stability and continued growth to our Canadian operations.”
“This is an exciting time for us and the expansion into Canada has always been a planned part of our journey. When we started in 2019, we committed to delivering new technologies more efficiently and more quickly and we have kept that promise,” said Bill Brennan, President, i-PRO Americas, Inc. “As we previously announced, our engineering, quality assurance and manufacturing organizations have remained; therefore, we will continue to deliver the same high-quality products and solutions to the US and Canadian security markets.”
“ISTC Corp and i-PRO have joined forces to bring state-of-the-art solutions to the Caribbean and Latin American security CCTV markets. With ISTC Corp 25 years’ experience in the LATAM distribution industry and i-PRO offering highly innovative new technology, we look forward to growing our partnership in these regions,” said Augusto Perez, President ISTC.
“The market opportunity in Latin America and the Caribbean is something we’re ready to address with our fantastic product portfolio of differentiated products. In searching for a distribution partner to service this region, we were impressed with the alignment in values we found with ISTC. We mutually focus on customers first and foremost and both strive to provide a full support model for our partners,” concluded Brennan.