The Indian capital was one of the first cities chosen by Fermax for the official presentation of Smile, their new and surprising video entry monitor. The event, bringing the Spanish brand together with India’s most important communication and security companies, was a sample of the firm progress. Fermax is making in the great South Asian giant.
The Park, a well-known hotel in downtown New Delhi, was the venue chosen in early July for the meeting Fermax arranged for the Indian specialized market to launch the new SMILE. This is an advanced management monitor that blends a smart and simple look with a technologically evolved interior, in a combination that causes surprise and smiles wherever it goes. No one is left indifferent. And this time, up to 35 participants endorsed the general impression, discovering the terminal’s multiple functions and many advantages. Fermax’s most important partners in India were represented by these professionals at the New Delhi rendezvous. Leading brands from the capital were out in force, like Eureka Forbes and ADI Global, along with major firms from the rest of the country, such as Star Electronics, Petra, D.I. Security and Vinshek.
The meeting was opened by Hitesh Rajwanshi, Director of Fermax India, who welcomed the participants and outlined the short yet intense life of this company, set up in 2007. Jeremy Palacio, International Sales Director and representing Fermax HQ on this occasion, introduced those present to the brand’s corporate values and listed the most important company details: its infrastructure, production capacity, international presence and product lines. Finally, Jehangir Postwala, Fermax Area Manager for the Middle East, took over to describe the detailed features of the SMILE monitor, pointing out its functions and applications as well as its capacity for conversion into a control centre for the home, ready to interact with home automation systems.
After the talks, Palacio revealed some panels specially prepared for the occasion where the product was shown in operation. On these supports, the entire audience could try out SMILE’s usability and the ease with which it provides end-user with the most sophisticated of functions. The participants unanimously agreed on the suitability of the product and conversations around it continued over the cocktails served to round off the presentation.