Citilog opens Asia Pacific regional office in Hong Kong

News Citilog September 29, 2006
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Citilog, a provider of software that adds intelligence to video-surveillance systems, recently announced the opening of its Asia Pacific regional office in Hong Kong.

Headquartered in Paris, with an office in Philadelphia and a worldwide presence through partners and distributors, Citilog is a fast-growing company that acts globally.

"Citilog is committed to expansion in strategic markets worldwide," said Lon Adams, CEO and chairman of Citilog. "Opening an office in Hong Kong allows us to have an enhanced presence in the fast-growing markets in Asia Pacific and proves our commitment to serve customers worldwide by delivering solutions that provide safety and security to landmark facilities."

Jean-Marie Guyon, who has overseen and developed the Asia Pacific market for Citilog since 2001, has relocated in Hong Kong to expand and strengthen Citilog's presence in the region. Guyon has successfully established and managed relationships with local partners and distributors throughout Asia. His presence in the region will allow him to maximize Citilog's impact locally.

In the Asia Pacific region, Citilog's references include HK Route 8 in Hong-Kong, the Shanghai Fuxing Tunnel in China, Beijing Ring Road, China, the Chongqing tunnels in China, the Melbourne CityLink in Australia and the Duma-Bampo Tunnel in Korea.

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