As the latest step in their global growth strategy to provide support for local partners, projectiondesign has opened an office in the heart of Russia's capital.
To coincide with the increased local presence, industry veteran Stein Ramsli has taken on the role of Regional Director, Russia and CIS. Ramsli previously held the position of Managing Director at Cisco/TANDBERG Russia and PLC and has extensive experience in working in the region. Ramsli explains: “Our opening of an office in Moscow clearly demonstrates projectiondesign's commitment to supporting partners in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States. Our products are already very popular in the region, and we foresee strong continued growth here. Localising sales and marketing, training and product service and support is important for us, and will ensure our continued success.”
At the same time, several new staff appointments have been made to support local business with partners and customers, as well as building a strong business foundation in the region. All new staff report to Ramsli.
Lastly, Grigory Eryomin is appointed to the position of Field Applications Engineer to support partners with any technical and service enquiries. He brings over 4 years solid experience in AV engineering.
projectiondesign's strong local knowledge and increased presence also involves the greatest ever participation at the Integrated Systems Russia Expo, where projectiondesign will demonstrate their impressive range of projection technologies. The company will also showcase the world's highest resolution single chip DLP active stereoscopic 3D projector, the F35 AS3D.
In addition to the product introduction, projectiondesign will display the world's highest resolution DLP projector for commercial use, the F35 wqxga, featuring 2560 x 1600 pixels, as well as several other models of their extensive range of high performance projectors and supporting systems, including the F82 3-chip DLP® series, and the award winning F32 series.