Axis celebrates new office

August 2012 News

Axis Communications held an office warming party in July to inaugurate its new office. The new address for Axis is: 2nd Floor Microsoft Building, 3012 William Nicol Drive. Bryanston.

The event was attended by 40 guests, made up of resellers, integrators and distributors, as well as Hi-Tech Security Solutions.

The new office offers a new on site training room large enough to accommodate 12 delegates at a time, as well as a boardroom with all Axis’s latest technology. It will be able to do product demonstrations and show the cameras megapixel/HD resolution on full HD LED screens.

Country manager, Roy Alves says Axis is actively recruiting new people “so we needed offices that we can grow into”.



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