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Harris Announces Channel Partner Initiative for Radio
Cincinnati - Jun 28, 2007 - Harris has created a North American Channel Partners team for the company's radio broadcast market. The team includes 10 U.S. and three Canadian companies, including dealers, distributors and systems integrators that will help Harris extend its reach into small- and mid-sized markets. The Channel Partners also enable Harris to offer new value-added services, including planning and design assistance, disaster recovery, regionalized field resources, and specialized integration teams.
The team will work with the existing Harris radio sales staff and will report to Mark Goins, radio systems and consoles sales manager, and Chris Pannell, manager of North American radio sales.
The U.S. Channel Partners include Balsys Technology Group of Winter Garden, FL; Broadcast Connection, Bellevue, CO, Elwood, IL, and Richmond, IN; Broadcast Technical Associates of Wichita, KS; Calhoun Communications of Sioux City, IA; Digital Radio Engineering of Slate Hill, NY; Giesler Broadcasting Supply of Houston; TechNet Associates of New Hampshire; Technical Services Group of Baton Rouge, LA; and WPS of Wheaton, MD. Canadian Channel Partners include BCB Electronics Sales, RVA Canada and BSE.
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