Eyewitness Surveillance Continues Strategic Expansion in the Midwest and Northeast

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The industry-leading video surveillance provider deepens its nationwide footprint with the latest focus in several key markets in Michigan, Ohio and Western Pennsylvania and New York

Eyewitness Surveillance expands in Midwest and Northeast markets
First and foremost, we see our solutions as a great fit to local auto dealers and businesses and know that in these markets, asset protection is a key to continued growth and success of their business

Eyewitness Surveillance (Eyewitness), the industry leader in remote interactive video surveillance specializing in serving mid and large-sized automotive dealerships, announces today that its growth plans are continuing to gain momentum as it expands its footprint into numerous new markets the Midwest and Northeast areas.

Eyewitness will establish new footholds in Detroit, MI, Cleveland, OH, Buffalo, NY and Pittsburgh, PA as it builds upon its position as the leading nationwide provider of commercial security and operational solutions. The focus in these new areas remains aligned with the company’s ongoing commitment to geographic expansion as a key growth strategy.

“As we look at Detroit, Cleveland, Pittsburgh and Buffalo, there are a number of exciting opportunities this market expansion will bring us. We see this expansion as a great responsibility and honor to be part of the local business ecosystem,” said VP of Sales Jeff Purtell. Eyewitness’s state-of-the-art cameras and industry-leading solutions are able to prevent theft before it happens. Eyewitness plans to deliver several key solutions and services to dealerships across these areas, including:

  • Remote interactive video surveillance solutions – reduce or eliminate the need for onsite guard services with the installation of world-class digital cameras, software analytics and perimeter intrusion technology;
  • Operational enhancements – improve customer responsiveness, address false claims, audit operational concerns, track employee behavior, and provide detailed data analysis generated by its video analytics;
  • Eyewitness Insight, video management system – view complex video systems and analyze business operations on all major operating systems and mobile devices.

Regional Sales Managers, Keith Smith and Ray Schenk, have been leading Eyewitness’s expansion in many new markets, and will leverage their experience and seasoned expertise to ensure a successful entry and growth for the company as it embarks on the next phase of its expansion strategy. Keith and Ray have provided expert system design and security consultation to their clients leveraging their years of experience and intimate knowledge of the Eyewitness system and security operations.

“This expansion will solidify our representation throughout the northeast and Midwest areas, securing Eyewitness as the premier provider of commercial monitoring in our key verticals to those regions,” Eyewitness’s CEO, Rush McCloy said.

About Eyewitness Surveillance
Since its founding in 2004, Eyewitness Surveillance has established itself as a leader in remote interactive monitoring, providing cutting-edge security and operational solutions for mid-size and large car dealerships, metal recycling yards, and a variety of other fixed industrial facilities across the country. Eyewitness has a state-of-the-art central station and its services help clients prevent theft, inventory damage and false claims without the need for onsite guard services. The key differentiator is that its products and services extend beyond pure security into operations. Using sophisticated analytics Eyewitness’s state-of-the-art cameras can capture data used to monitor customer foot traffic and employee behavior, improve customer responsiveness, drive sales, and manage assets and inventory. For more information on Eyewitness and its services, please visit http://www.eyewitnesssurveillance.com. Also follow Eyewitness on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

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