Outlines new program
Network based video security systems company Mobotix AG has thrown a shindig for its channel partners and handed out some awards.
The company boasts that despite the tricky economic situation, it has weathered the storm in recording strong Q2 revenue growth of 17 percent year on year. Mobotix CSO Magnus Ekerot, as such, talked up the company’s Global Partner Programme, launched March, which the firm promises will help channel partners differentiate and provide better delivery.
At the event, Mobotix also showed off its S14 FlexMount camera, which it claims is the world’s first flexible double hemispheric camera.
The company gave a partner of the year award to Clear Image MMS, which has exceeded its targets over the last 12 months. Growth strategy of the year went to Alarming Company Ltd thanks to bringing in a fair few high value deals.
David Collins of Bournville College accepted a Prestige Project award for using Mobotix technology in a purpose built Longbridge campus, while SeSys Ltd got the Solution award for its own Torch Cam rapid deployment video system, used in the defence industry.
Vaisala got the fellowship award for using Mobotix kit worldwide in observation and measurement products, as well as in weather related and industrial markets.
Dominic Chapman, business development manager at Mobotix UK & Ireland, said the conference presented a good opportunity for the company to meet and greet with the partners.
“The inclusion of our technology partners and the technical tracks helped to create a high value evenht and the new partner programme, we feel, will help our channel to successfully address a wider market with out continued assistance,” Chapman said.