Axis Honors ScanSource Security as 2010 U.S. Distributor of the Year
GREENVILLE, S.C. — Axis Communications named physical security solutions distributor ScanSource Security, a business unit of ScanSource Inc., as the 2010 Distributor of the Year in the United States at the 2010 Axis Channel Convergence Conference (ACCC).
“ScanSource has proven to be the consummate distribution partner, always willing to go the extra mile for our mutual integrator partners,” says Fredrik Nilsson, general manager, Axis Communications. “They work tirelessly to bring efficiency, knowledge and value-add services to their reseller customers, helping to drive the shift to IP technology.”
ScanSource Security, a distributor in Axis Communications’ Channel Partner Program, was recognized for its year over year growth, outstanding service and support, and high-quality education and training offerings for its dealer partners.
“To be recognized as distributor of the year is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our employees, as well as our commitment to helping our dealer partners grow their business. We are honored to be recognized,” says Paul Constantine, vice president of merchandising, ScanSource Security.
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