RFI awarded 2013 Gold Partner of the Year for North America by Axis Communications
RFI Communications & Security Systems was named the 2013 Gold Partner of the Year for North America by Axis Communications, the world leader in network video, during the eighth annual Axis Channel Convergence Conference (ACCC) held in Carlsbad, California.
January 29, 2014 By Staff
Axis presents the Gold Partner of the Year award annually to recognize the success and loyalty of one partner, as well as their commitment to driving the shift from analog CCTV to IP-based network video surveillance.
Meeting customers’ requirements for design, installation and service are highlights of RFI’s mission. In all projects, RFI utilizes high quality products, applies innovation, utilizes best practices and demonstrates notable accomplishments in the systems integration industry. “Quality is a key driver for RFI which protects our reputation, brand, and most of all our clients’ assets. To this end, the partnership with Axis is critical to quality (CTQ) on all fronts. The other elements are commitment to innovation and total cost of ownership which also aligns tightly with our mission,” said Brad Wilson, President &COO.
RFI is a Gold Partner in Axis’ Channel Partner Program, designed to help partners leverage Axis’ technology to capitalize on the fast-growing network video surveillance industry. As a channel-oriented company, Axis views partners as an extension of its team, playing a key role in the overall success of the company as well as the surveillance market’s transition from analog CCTV to digital video.
“RFI Communications & Security Systems has always been a solid partner with a dedicated staff that is willing to work closely with us to provide the best solution for their customers,” said Larry Newman, director of sales, Axis Communications, Inc. “Their openness and willingness to learn reflect our own values as a company, which has only strengthened our partnership.”
ACCC is an annual gathering of Axis’ top distributors, systems integrators, software development and strategic infrastructure partners throughout North America. This year’s event drew more than 300 attendees, including RFI, who participated in educational workshops about IP-based surveillance technology and future roadmap and sessions that highlighted network video best practices and customer success stories.
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