Telops, leader in the field of high performance infrared cameras and hyperspectral imaging systems for the Defense and Security, Environmental, Oil and Gas, and Industrial markets, is pleased to announce the signature of South Central Imaging Inc. as an authorized sales representative. This will result in a strengthened position for Telops in the United States market.
South Central Imaging is an industry-leading provider of products and services such as high-speed cameras with over 50 years of experience. South Central Imaging offers cutting-edge technology in the Southwest of the United States with high-speed cameras, and supporting high-speed imaging products and accessories. South Central Imaging will benefit from Telops' expertise in the area of infrared systems. This synergy between Telops and South Central Imaging will provide clients with comprehensive solutions for a wide variety of applications.
With this partnership, Telops will expand its already solid sales network. “We will gain immensely from the perspective and dedication of South Central Imaging. This agreement represents our commitment to offer our customers the best services possible. We are confident that this new collaboration will enable us to assist our customers in more fields of applications, extend greatly our reach, and expand our market." says Paul Chabot, VP Sales and Marketing at Telops.
“South Central Imaging is pleased to join the Telops team and represent their outstanding high performance infrared products. This addition to our product line enhances our ability to satisfy a segment of our customer clientele whose application was outside the scope of traditional high-speed imaging. Adding Telops high performance infrared imaging systems to our portfolio completes our product offering.” says Moni Avalos, Sales Manager of South Central Imaging.
The agreement, formally signed on November 14th, 2011, will lead to the promotion of Telops and the development of its business relationships and service in the states of Louisiana, Arkansas, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, and New Mexico