The Regional Sales Director for the United States and Canada joins Ajax Systems, Europe’s largest security system developer, to start the active company development in this market.

Robert Harman is an expert in the field of security system sales. He started his career 18 years ago in a distribution company, and later became a sales manager for a security system manufacturer, where he rose to the position of the sales director for Canada.

With such strong expertise, Robert joins Ajax Systems to work on the dynamic development of partner relationships and team expansion.

In the United States and Canada, there is a great demand for reliable intrusion alarm systems So when I carefully examined the Ajax products and got to know Alexandr, I realized that this is an ambitious challenge for me, an interesting challenge to make Ajax Systems a leading company in the region.Robert Harman, Regional Sales Director
for the United States and Canada, Ajax Systems

It’s time for Ajax to enter the North American market, it’s a big and extremely interesting project for the company. We’re starting this by recruiting new professionals to the team, including Robert, who has built a great career in security systems sales. Now, a new period is beginning in the development of Ajax.Aleksandr Konotopskyi, CEO of Ajax Systems

In 2016, Ajax Systems was deciding which target market to choose for the next 5 years — Europe or North America. Thus, in the past few years, the company has been focused on the needs of European customers while building strong relationships with local partners.

At the recent Ajax Special Event, the company shared that engineers were actively working to adapt the devices for certification in North America. As the certification process was entering the final stretch, Ajax Systems began to actively develop a local team.

The company considers the US and Canadian markets the largest and most demanding. Therefore, the plans are to demonstrate quality products, high development speed, and the use of the latest technologies.