PRO-VISION Strengthens Global Reach

Share Article

The industry-leading rear vision and mobile video recording system manufacturer has increased their international reach by almost 100%

Just two short years ago PRO-VISION Video Systems announced they were doing business in 15 countries scattered around the globe. Since then, PRO-VISION has strengthened their position as an international player in the commercial mobile video system industry by almost doubling the list of countries in which they do business. "We have been fortunate to have the right team, selling the right product, at the right price." said Sam Lehnert, marketing manager for PRO-VISION.

PRO-VISION has been operating internationally since 2007 when they made their first international sale into the Canadian market. From that single sale, they have gone on to establish an international sales program to work with companies and organizations to increase safety and reduce liability in the workplace on almost every continent.

With versatile products that are designed to be applied to any vehicle, PRO-VISION's market is not limited by geographical borders. Further expansion and new market development are a certainty for PRO-VISION's future.

About PRO-VISION – In 2003, PRO-VISION was incorporated and focused solely on back-up camera systems. 2005 marked their entry into the school bus market which helped their sales top 1 million dollars the following year. The company made their first international sale in 2007, and by 2009, PRO-VISION expanded into commercial recording systems. During that time, they also released 4-camera school bus systems and made available live video viewing and video file transfer. In 2011, the company expanded into law enforcement recording systems and initiated its overseas sales program. 2013 brought on the company's10-year anniversary as well as the introduction of the BODYCAM® body-worn video system. 2014 has seen the launch of the first-ever 8 channel, 1080p High-Definition solid state DVR as well as expanded sales into over 29 countries around the globe including South Africa, Great Britain, Australia, Mexico, and Brazil.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Matt VanKirk
Visit website