Redmond, Wash. –Aiphone, the leading international manufacturer of intercom, access control, and emergency communication products, announced it has opened a new office in the Tampa, Fla., area, a further testament to the company's position as an industry leader and continued growth within the security industry.
The new office marks Aiphone’s first location in the South, and fourth overall in North America. Aiphone currently has offices located in Cherry Hill, N.J., and Laval, QC. The corporate office is located in Redmond, Wash.
The new office comes at a pivotal time for Aiphone. Earlier this year the company introduced its new access control line, expanding its portfolio of offerings beyond intercoms and emergency communication towers. The Tampa location will be used as a sales and training facility, enabling the Aiphone sales team to further extend its reach and strengthen client relationships.
"Opening this new location signifies our commitment to serving our customers better, fostering innovation, and strengthening our community ties,” said Brad Kamcheff, marketing manager for Aiphone Corporation. “We're excited to be closer to our clients and partners in the South, ensuring we continue to meet their evolving needs. It also serves as a convenient location to support the growing security market in Latin America."
Spencer Britenstine, Director of Sales for Aiphone, will be leading the office in Tampa and will be supported by a talented team of professionals. The team includes Jasen Dunn, Robert Hilt, Jessica Baker and Daniel Esposito, all of whom share Aiphone's vision and dedication to delivering top-tier emergency communication, intercom, and access control security solutions.
Aiphone has been a trusted provider of reliable intercom, access control, and emergency communication towers designed to help keep people safe in a variety of settings. The company’s solutions have been deployed in numerous locations, including schools, offices, healthcare facilities, multi-tenant buildings, industrial plants, parking garages, and government buildings.