Canada Border Services contract awarded to IndigoVision
Indigo Vision has been awarded a multi-million dollar Canada Border Services Agency contract to deploy IP cameras at U.S.-Canada border crossings.
September 17, 2008 By Jennifer Brown
Originally announced at ASIS International in Atlanta, Sept. 16, the
project was temporarily put on hold due to the federal election. But on
Oct. 22 IndigoVision Canada vice-president of sales Bill McQuade said
the deal had been finalized. It will be one of the first to deploy
IndigoVision’s recently launched range of High-Definition (HD) IP
cameras. The project will begin in November and conclude in March 2009.
The contract announcement coincided with the company’s plans for
continued expansion in North America, which include the appointment of
Bill McQuade to vice-president of sales for North America.
McQuade has worked for IndigoVision for five years in senior sales
roles and has extensive experience of the North American CCTV market.
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