Arecont Vision promotes Sanjit Bardhan

July 2016 CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring

Arecont Vision has announced the promotion of Sanjit Bardhan to vice president, Middle East, Africa, and India (MEAI).

Sanjit Bardhan
Sanjit Bardhan

“Under Sanjit’s leadership, MEAI has become one of the fastest growing and most important regions for Arecont Vision,” said Scott Schafer, executive vice president, Arecont Vision. “We fully expect that with his new role, Sanjit will continue to accelerate company growth, market presence, and customer satisfaction in the region.”

Bardhan leads an experienced team for the complex, multi-national region which supports Arecont Vision end user customers, integrators, and distributors with expert level sales, training, and technical assistance. He joined Arecont Vision in 2011 as regional manager for the Middle East and North Africa. He successfully drove the business across the region in this role, and in 2013 was promoted to director of the expanded territory of Middle East, Africa, and India.

“Bringing Arecont Vision’s industry leading megapixel camera products to the Middle East, Arica, and India is extremely rewarding as customers learn of the benefits, quality, and reliability of our unique made-in-USA technology,” said Bardhan. “We will continue to rapidly increase our customer base and provide world-class support throughout the region.”

Prior to Arecont Vision, Bardhan held sales assignments with Clipsal Datacomms by Schneider Electric and later with Anixter Middle East. Bardhan holds a B.E.(Honours) in Computer Science and Engineering from the Birla Institute of Technology and Science. He is based with his family in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.





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