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Digital Recognition Network has a busy week ahead during the North American Repossessors Summit. From highlighting its new technology to the latest metrics about what license plate recognition camera technology can do to push revenue higher, DRN chief executive officer Chris Metaxas gave Auto Remarketing some details in advance of when more than 600 repossession agents gather in the Lone Star State for the three-day event.

“Our goal is to help affiliates make more money and help lenders reduce risk,” Metaxas said. “Our heart has always been in trying to do the right thing. Year-over-year, whether some people believe it or not, we’ve been proving that and proving ourselves to our affiliates to where a lot of people out there count on DRN.

“We just hope some these new initiatives we are taking really make a difference so we can matter even more to these folks. That’s really what it’s all about,” he continued.

The company recently unveiled its Reaper two-camera and four-camera kits to DRN repo agent affiliates. Metaxas explained these new cameras are completely redesigned as the digital signal processors (DSP) are integrated into the device, rather than the need for what he said affiliates called “the brick,” which previously connected the cameras an agent used.

“It’s the next-generation level of improvement that eliminates the cumbersome DSP that we had and puts all of the intelligence in the camera,” Metaxas said. “Wiring the camera is easier. Maintenance is easier. We’re real pleased with the hardware technology that this new generation represents.”  Read More

Andy Cameron

As Vice President of the Data Recovery Team, Andy leads the DRN Recovery Network, Hardware sales teams and manages the Provider relationships.

In his previous role at Portfolio Recovery Associates (PRA) as the VP of LPR Operations, Andy built the LPR division from the bottom up, including agent management, dispatch services, and national distribution of LPR systems. He was instrumental in rapidly establishing and growing the operation’s national footprint. In addition, Andy has over 20 years of experience in Internal Security holding positions ranging from Regional Director to Vice President.

Andy is an honorably discharged United States Marine Corps veteran and served from 1983 to 1987. He attended Sacramento City College.

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