Mexico. Uniview Technologies presented its new general manager for Mexico, Phil Shaw, who enters to strengthen the work team to increase its presence in the national market in large projects.
Phil Shaw, took advantage of the appointment space to indicate that, despite the competition between the various technology providers in the region, "we are working with our project channels with the federal government and with the retail market. We also want to take care that these channels generate value for both parties."
It should be noted that UNV enters Mexico with solutions to be executed in airports, banks and universities. "There are projects where our products exceed market expectations, we are a Premium brand that meets quality characteristics and technical support, at reasonable prices."
In that sense, Shaw stressed that the design of its products has won several recognitions in recent years, added to its important social participation during the pandemic. Time in which they made donations of thermal equipment to detect body temperature levels.
Projects to highlight
The new manager stressed that, among the high-end projects of the brand, are those of Ciudad Segura, where the confidence in UNV is also due to the fact that it has 5 ISO certifications.
"Currently chinese large companies have their catalog approved by the US government, any camera can use open platforms, in addition to its integration with Alexa to see the cameras." In addition, UNV partners offer, for the Mexican market, leasing and recording services in the cloud.
Finally, Shaw said that they have advantages over the competition, since their products, which are distributed from five warehouses globally and their main factory in China, "have 25% more resistance to voltage changes and avoid constant calls to technicians by blind spots."