Los Angeles, CA (July 21, 2015) – Arecont Vision®, the industry leader in IP-based megapixel camera technology, announces the promotion of John Keltner to Regional Sales Director, Northwest. His territory will include Northern California, Northern Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Alaska. Mr. Keltner will be responsible for the continued growth and expansion of Arecont Vision’s presence in the region.
“John’s contributions to Arecont Vision’s growth have been invaluable in his territory”, said Carole Dougan, Vice President of North American Sales, Arecont Vision®. “We anticipate that his excellent performance will continue to further drive megapixel camera solutions in his expanded territory.”
Mr. Keltner joined Arecont Vision® in 2013 from CV Reps, Arecont Vision’s regional manufacturer’s representative. In his new role as Arecont Vision’s Regional Sales Director, his responsibility will increase to include oversight of the Pacific Northwest region RSM, and he will continue to spearhead efforts to bring Arecont Vision® megapixel solutions to a wider range of users.
“I continue to be inspired by megapixel technology and how it is the best solution for so many professional surveillance applications,” said Mr. Keltner. “Arecont Vision® is the recognized leader in megapixel imaging technology and I am thrilled to be a part of this team.”
Mr. Keltner previously held the position of Regional Sales Manager for Northern California and Northern Nevada.
ABOUT ARECONT VISION®
Arecont Vision® is the leading manufacturer of high-performance megapixel IP cameras. Arecont Vision® products are made in the USA and feature low-cost massively parallel image processing architectures MegaVideo® and SurroundVideo® that represent a drastic departure from traditional analog and network camera designs and are now in their 5th generation. All-in-one products such as the MegaDome®, MegaView®, MegaBall®, MicroDome®, and D4F/D4S/D4SO series provide installer-friendly solutions. True Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) and remote focus/remote zoom enhance camera utility. Compact JPEG and H.264 series cameras address cost-sensitive applications.