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Vista launches the redesigned Solutions Brochure

21st February, Reading UK


Vista is pleased to announce the launch of the latest Solutions brochure. The publication was redesigned around Vista’s core values of listening, understanding, advising and supporting, with the customer in mind throughout the entire process. As a result of valuable customer and internal feedback prior to and during the creation of the brochure, a user friendly and informative tool has been produced.


The first section provides interesting information on all of Vista’s services, the Voice of Customer initiative and details of how Vista can provide value right through the Project Lifecycle. This is followed by ‘The Journey’ section of the brochure which helps customers plan how best to maintain or upgrade their infrastructure and systems. Either way, the simple map based structure of the brochure allows for relevant products and services to be found quickly and easily.


From a product perspective the Solutions brochure now solely focuses on Vista’s six core technologies and highlights the real world benefits of the range. The products fall under the categories of Analogue, IP, qulu VMS, VOLO Access Control, Smart Transmission and Vehicle Number Plate Recognition and as a whole form ‘The Journey’ mentioned above. The six core technologies, in conjunction with Vista’s technology partners means that a complete, perfectly integrated solution can be provided from one single point of contact.


Gary Rowden, Divisional Director - Product Management & Business Development for Vista comments: “We have taken a fresh approach when creating the latest version of the Vista Solutions brochure. With the customer in mind, we wanted to create a tool that can easily be used as a guide to Vista’s products and services. The brochure shows the real world benefits of our solutions and how customers can really benefit from talking to us.”


Please click here or talk to Vista if you would like to get your hands on a copy of the new brochure.


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