March 3, 2015 Hikvision, the global leader in innovative video surveillance products and solutions, has been named Vendor of the Year for the United States by ADI Global Distribution, a leading global wholesale distributor of security and low voltage products.
This prestigious distinction is a testament to the strong relationship between Hikvision and ADI and an example of the companies’ dedication to the growth of the video surveillance market.
Each year, ADI recognizes key suppliers across North America for their support and contributions towards the growth and success of ADI. Hikvision experienced outstanding growth in 2014, and building good relationships with distributors was one of the keys to their success.
“Our success with ADI is due in part to mutual sharing of information and strong focus to grow the business. Hikvision also maintains a high level of engagement with ADI at the field level,” remarked Gordon Lang, director, strategic partners at Hikvision USA. “We pride ourselves on maintaining face-to-face relationships. Our partnership with ADI has allowed us to better understand the needs of our customers.”
Hikvision works closely with ADI branch managers and participates in trainings and other ADI events to best serve ADI’s dealer customers.
“Hikvision has demonstrated their commitment to delivering value to our dealer base,” said Michael Flink, president of ADI Global. “Our vendor partnerships are important to the success of ADI, and we are proud to honor and celebrate their contributions and achievements.”
Hikvision USA president, Jeffrey He, elaborated upon Hikvision’s relationship with ADI.
“ADI’s strong distribution channels have allowed us to increase our presence in North America, make connections with dealers, and successfully deliver our products. As the demand grows for video surveillance solutions, Hikvision is proud to stand next to distributors such as ADI to meet the needs of this rapidly growing market. We are honored to receive Vendor of the Year for 2014, and we are confident that 2015 will bring even greater achievements.”