RTI Names SYMCO Manufacturer Representative

Remote Technologies Incorporated (RTI) has appointed SYMCO Inc. as its commercial manufacturer representative. Under the agreement, SYMCO will act as an extension of RTI's sales and marketing team, providing training and support for RTI's commercial integrators in thirteen states along the Eastern seaboard, as w
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Remote Technologies Incorporated (RTI) has appointed SYMCO Inc. as its commercial manufacturer representative.

Under the agreement, SYMCO will act as an extension of RTI's sales and marketing team, providing training and support for RTI's commercial integrators in thirteen states along the Eastern seaboard, as well as in Washington, D.C.

SYMCO is a manufacturers' representative firm that services the mid-Atlantic and New England states. Headquartered in New Jersey, the company has been representing manufacturers in the commercial, industrial, education, and government AV markets since 1975. SYMCO will be representing RTI in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, and Washington D.C.

"RTI is quickly making a name for itself in the commercial space, and we are pleased to bolster our product lineup with the company's control products," said Frank Culotta, president of SYMCO. "Our customers are looking for intuitive solutions that even first-time users can operate easily and that also augment local control with the ability to monitor systems from virtually anywhere on a mobile device or PC. RTI provides all of this and more, and we look forward to offering our customers greater access to the company's products."

"SYMCO has a proven track record of success representing some of the leading companies in the commercial AV market," said Brian van der Hagen, RTI's commercial market general manager. "As our intuitive, easy-to-use control solutions continue to expand in this space, SYMCO will prove to be instrumental in helping us to build on this momentum and gain more market share with customers on the Eastern Seaboard."

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