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InterTalk™ is pleased to announce their new channel partnership with the manufacturer’s representative Bassett Communications, based in California. Bassett Communications’ dispatch products include InterTalk’s radio agnostic IP-based dispatch console systems, leading LMR manufacturers, RF testing equipment, antennas and networking solutions.

InterTalk anticipates that combining an already strong presence in the California region with Bassett Communications will provide InterTalk’s sales efforts in the West/Southwest United States a substantial boost. Bassett Communications will be introducing InterTalk’s radio dispatch console ecosystem to their existing dealer, vendor, and customer network in Southern California, Southern Nevada, and Arizona.

“The InterTalk team is excited to be working with Bassett Communications on the West Coast and Southeast region of the U.S. Bassett has already demonstrated an eagerness to learn all they can about our critical communications systems, and start selling to their valued partners. Bassett has an excellent dealer network which will give us far more opportunity to expand our product presence in some new areas and cities” said Jeff Kelly, Business Development for InterTalk.

Craig Bassett, owner of Bassett Communications said, “Bassett Communications looks forward to this new association with InterTalk to supply radio dispatch console solutions to our Integrators and End Users. The expertise and flexibility of working with the InterTalk Engineering staff is an essential strength to assist our Customers to provide the features and technology they require. Whether the project is large or small, InterTalk has the solution.”

The partnership between InterTalk and Bassett Communications is effective immediately.

 

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