ANVIZ appoints VSA as authorized distributor

Local digital security firm, Virtual Security Africa (VSA) Ltd. has been appointed authorized distributor Anviz products in West Africa. The American security giants entered into the partnership with VSA at a short signing ceremony in Shanghai, China where Brian  Fazio, African Regional Manager signed on behalf of Anviz and Emmanuel Sekyere Asiedu, CEO  on behalf of Virtual Security Africa. Present was Michael Qiu, Founder and President of Anviz.



According to Brian  Fazio, Anviz has continued to provide its customers with innovative products.


“Founded in 2001, we have become a global leader in intelligent security products featuring a comprehensive products line including biometric security such as fingerprint, iris and facial recognition. Headquartered in Tampa, Flordia, Anviz has six(6) global offices spanning four continents.


“We offer modern and comprehensive products line comprised of highly successful products based on proven field technology and key projects across the globe in varying working conditions. Our growth ambition is to be a leading company in intelligent security. To protect people and property through high technology coupled with unrivalled performance and quality. We are dedicated to helping our distributors and integrators like VSA enhance the profitability of their offering.


“We also have plans to assemble our products in Ghana for the African market. This will bring us closer to and help us to design tailored products to meet the needs of the our customers in Africa,” he said.


On his part, Emmanuel Sekyere Asiedu.expressed excitement at the opportunity offered VSA.


He said the agreement opens new doors and opportunities for the Ghanaian company.


“This distributor relationship will help us build a sustainable business model in a fast changing environment where customers require value-added services, focused technical expertise and high level of satisfaction. As pioneers in the security industry in Ghana we believe this partnership can only boost our standing in Ghana and the rest of West Africa,” he stated.  


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