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INVISO participated of Miranda’s Latin America Partners Meeting

For the third consecutive year the event brought together dealers from Miranda Technologies in Latin America for a week of training and review of their line of products.

December 18, 2009 

Miami, December 18th, 2009 – Last week Miranda Technologies brought together engineers of companies that represent the brand in Latin America for an annual training event on a cruise ship in the Bahamas, Miami and Key West in Florida.

This training was held for the third consecutive year and counted with the participation of representatives from eight countries from North, South and Central America, as well as INVISO, the brand’s main distributor for all of Latin America, with headquarters in Miami.

Nestor Schpaliansky, Miranda’s Sales Director for Latin America explained that “this event was designed to promote an effective and complete sales and technical training of Miranda’s products, from the newest to the most demanded by the market. It was an excellent opportunity to meet the specialists of our brands products and allowed us to interact and exchange opinions between professionals of the Broadcast industry.”

The technical presentations and demonstrations of the equipment were given by Miranda’s Product Managers who presented technical and practical presentations in detail about the Master Control, Playout and Multi-viewers equipment, graphic solutions and a new line of routers.

The companies that participated were SVC from Argentina, Brasvideo from Brazil, Omega Systems from Chile, NYL Electrónica from Colombia, BPE Electronic from Ecuador, Excelencia en Comunicaciones from Mexico, Evermedia from Puerto Rico and Hercasa from Venezuela. From INVISO the Vice-President for Sales and Operation, Jose Luis Reyes, Broadcast Project Manager, Amleto Colandrea and Sales Manager for Audio/Video and Data Connectivity, Carlos Yañez were present.

The meeting was also favorable for the exchange of opinions and experiences between the engineers and managers of the companies in the region, who had the opportunity to research specific needs and comment on the implementation of different projects that were carried out in each of the countries.