Austin, TX (PRWEB) September 10, 2010
Sensatronics, U.S. manufacturer of temperature and environmental monitoring products, announces the opening of an office in Utrecht, Netherlands. This expansion broadens the company’s regional sales, marketing and channel support in the EMEA marketplace. Sensatronics’ monitors and probes identify environmental changes within data centers, industrial operations, and health sciences facilities to ensure optimal facility uptime.
Texas-based Sensatronics (http://www.sensatronics.com) has teamed with Global301, an international sales and marketing company, to promote and sell their full range of temperature and environmental monitoring products. Sensatronics’ European office will provide on-the-ground support to its EMEA resellers and end users. “We’re committed to making Sensatronics temperature and environmental monitors the number one choice for end users and resellers alike,” commented Keith Wright, Sensatronics’ CEO. “We understand the demands that data center and facility managers face in keeping their operations running, and we are confident that by providing local support to the European market, we can deliver unparalleled service and support within this important region.”
“We are delighted to be providing local sales and tech support services for Sensatronics in EMEA,” said Rob Meyer, Managing Director of Global301. “Over the last decade we have built a team of experts in providing valuable and cost-effective solutions for data centers. Sensatronics’ easy-to-use monitors enable EMEA customers to quickly gain visibility into their data center environment and to be alerted when temperature and other environmental conditions go outside set thresholds.”
Founded in 2001 with corporate headquarters in Austin, Texas, Sensatronics is a leading source for temperature and environmental monitoring products for the IT industry. Sensatronics devices protect valuable IT equipment and the data stored in that equipment in data centers and server rooms around the world. Over 4,000 customers depend upon Sensatronics monitors to keep their facility in check. For more information, visit the Sensatronics website at http://www.sensatronics.com or call (512) 782-9145.