Vision Catcher makes presence felt at Securex

March/April 2002 News

Vision Catcher, who this year exhibited as an independent exhibitor at Securex 2002, made its presence felt at the exhibition and reported a successful debut to the show. "Vision Catcher attended Securex with the aim of branding our products correctly and positioning ourselves to show the complete market that we are independent of all dealers," explained Vision Catcher's Niall Beazley.

"From the moment the Show opened we were inundated with people wanting more information on our exciting range of DVRs and FleetVu, this continued for the duration of the show and we were sadly unable to see many of our co-exhibitors stands and products as a result."

According to Beazley, the highlights of the show for Vision Catcher included: The award of the Telkom contract to supply in phase 1, 76 SecureVu VC 2000 DVRs; the number and diversity of visitors to the stand, including most of the main dealers and distributors within South Africa; the successful introduction of the SecureVu Join DVR running at 25 fps per input with fully synchronised audio; and the winning of Silver placing for The Best Small Stand Award.

"Although we achieved our aims and met with a good portion of our target market, there are certain matters which are cause for concern," adds Beazley. "The timing of the show having been scheduled at the end of the month, and worse still, end of February - year-end to many companies. As a result many of the key decision makers were unable to attend the show, and those who did, were very limited in time due to pressing matters of financial year-ends back at the office."

Beazley further stated that Vision Catcher succeeded in attracting a range of visitors from outside South Africa. "Apart from meeting with companies from Botswana, Zambia, Mauritius, Mozambique, Malawi, Kenya and Nigeria, we met potential clients from Israel, Jordan, UK and Finland. Securex 2002 was a great success for Vision Catcher. We are now busy with many follow up demonstrations at our premises in Lonehill," he concluded.





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