Cypress, CA, January 22, 2020 – FOR-A Corporation of America today announced David Morris joined the company on Dec. 9, 2019, as its western regional sales manager. He will lead sales efforts across more than a dozen U.S. states, including Alaska and Hawaii, as well as Western Canada.
Morris has built his career in sales serving the professional video industry. He spent more than 16 years as the western regional sales manager for Hitachi, almost seven years as a senior district sales manager for JVC Professional Products, and more than six years in sales for Premier Mounts. Most recently, he held sales positions with VMI Video and Extron.
“David is respected throughout our industry because of his knowledge and experience, and we are happy to welcome him to our team,” said Ken Truong, president of FOR-A Corporation of America. “He will help us continue to deliver switchers, servers, and other live production solutions to new and existing customers throughout California, Washington, and all the western United States.”
Morris is based out of the company’s corporate offices in Cypress. Contact him at (714) 723-1100 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FOR-A, a worldwide, industry-leading manufacturer, offers a wide range of broadcast and production products with a focus on cutting-edge technologies, including: HD, 4K and IP products. FOR-A continues to offer future-ready, cost effective, advanced technology solutions. Products include: video switchers, routing switchers, multi-viewers, full 4K high-speed cameras, IP encoders/decoders, multi-channel signal processors, 8K/4K/HD test signal generators, color correctors, frame synchronizers, file-based products, character generators, video servers and much more.
For a full range of HD and 4K production and processing solutions, as well as IP-based products, visit our web site at www.for-a.com.
Mark J. Pescatore, Ph.D., is the content director of Systems Contractor News. He has been writing about Pro AV industry for more than 20 years. Previously, he spent more than eight years as the editor of Government Video magazine. During his career, he's produced and hosted two podcasts focused on the professional video marketplace, taught more than a dozen college communication courses, co-authored the book Working with HDV, and co-edited two editions of The Guide to Digital Television.
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