PR Deadlines lands Milestone account

By Jonas Lopez in Marcoms News on

PR Deadlines logoSydney specialist technology agency PR Deadlines has won over video-management software provider Milestone Systems as a new client.

Milestone tapped PR Deadlines for the assignment to assist the company with its entry into the ANZ market, based on PR Deadlines’ experience handling cybersecurity and security operators. Milestone’s expansion is also facilitated under the aegis of new APAC channel development manager Angelo Salvatore and new company South Pacific regional manager Jordan Cullis.

“We have worked with a wide range of high-profile security vendors over the past twenty-plus years, and recognise that Milestone is coming to us at an exceptionally exciting time in the history of open-platform IP surveillance. With AI, deep learning and a host of data-driven enhancements entering the industry, there is a lot of potential for storytelling and a strong opportunity for Milestone to present their credentials to the market. Jordan Cullis is a well-known thought leader who is widely connected in the industry and will be a major asset to us as a source of knowledge,” said PR Deadlines director Luke Frost.

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