SpotSee Opens South America Office

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Dallas based shock and vibration monitoring solutions provider SpotSee said it has opened a new office in Sorocaba, located just outside of São Paulo, Brazil, to providing sales and technical support to clients in Latin America.

"Central and South America are important regions for us," said Tony Fonk, president and CEO, SpotSee. "With an office dedicated to serving these regions, SpotSee can provide specialized support to clients who have operations across the Americas."
Roberto Pinheiro will lead the new facility as Central and South America General Manager.
SpotSee provides shock and vibration monitoring via connectivity and data, and is parent to brands such as ShockWatch, SpotBot, ShockLog and OpsWatch.
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