NEWTON, Ala. – AngelTrax, a leading provider of mobile video surveillance solutions, recently selected John Shea to manage the company’s sales and customer relationships on the western coast of the United States.
With more than 18 years of experience in sales and account management, Shea has dedicated the last six years to cultivating client relationships with fleet managers and transportation directors. As AngelTrax’s Western Sales Executive, he will manage the sale of Vulcan™ Series mobile video surveillance solutions in California, Oregon and Washington and is committed to providing the same high level of customer service the transportation industry has come to expect from AngelTrax.
“John has already proven himself in the industry with excellence in customer service, and that’s what we’re all about as a company—making sure client needs are met, from the first sales call to technical support and warranty fulfillment,” explained AngelTrax President and CEO Richie Howard. “We’re proud to have him on board.”
For more information about the new Vulcan Series by AngelTrax, and for a customer service experience that is unrivaled in the mobile video surveillance industry, contact AngelTrax toll-free at 800.673.1788 or online at www.angeltrax.com
AngelTrax is a leading designer, manufacturer and provider of high-definition in-vehicle mobile surveillance for the student transit, mass transit, waste management, fleet, law enforcement and rail industries. AngelTrax drives the market with state-of-the-art products, including Vulcan™ Series DVRs, NVRs, IP cameras, high-definition cameras, cutting-edge real-time and live-view tracking, driver behavior management and patented Virtual Synchronized Mapping™ technology. AngelTrax develops solutions for every mobile surveillance need. For additional company information, call 1-800-673-1788 or visit www.angeltrax.com.
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