Prime Vision opens office in Taiwan

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Prime Vision has established a Southeast Asian office in Taiwan to provide local sales and service support in the region. Chris Leon has been appointed to head the operation. Originally from the UK, he has been a resident in Taiwan for almost two years and comes from an auto ID background.

Leon commented: ‘Faster manual data entry and improved accuracy are key areas where Prime Vision can provide expertise and solutions. Performance and cost advantages of automation can be clearly demonstrated from Prime Vision installations throughout the world and I’m really looking forward to bringing these benefits to Asian businesses.’

Prime Vision is offering Asian companies direct access to its Competence Centre, its customer support division, for recognition technology and automation.

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