North American Video Creates Integrated Business Solutions Division

North American Video (NAV), a global provider of integrated security and technology solutions, has announced the creation of a new business unit.

The Integrated Business Solutions Division will focus on providing enterprise level security solutions and services for corporate clients. To support the effort, the company has added a core team of individuals with extensive experience in the corporate sector and is opening a new office in northern New Jersey that will serve as headquarters for the new business unit

The business will be led by Vice President and General Manager Frank Lloyd, a security industry veteran with more than 20 years of experience in systems integration. Lloyd has held leadership positions with Wells Fargo, Honeywell, Johnson Controls and Ingersoll Rand.

“North American Video has a first class reputation in the security industry,” Lloyd said. “The new business will leverage the company’s technology and integration expertise to further cultivate relationships with corporate clients and build a customer focused business that is second to none.”

Additional appointments to NAV’s new Integrated Business Solutions Division include Alex Melo, director of business development; Kurt Heinicke, director of engineering; Glenn Durant, director of operations and Brendan Burns, strategic account executive.

“This new team has a proven track record in designing and delivering marquee security and technology solutions on time and on budget, and we are excited to welcome them to North American Video,” said Jason Oakley, CEO of NAV. “This initiative represents a major investment for the company as we execute our growth strategy by attacking new markets and building on our existing service capability. We are confident that North American Video’s Integrated Business Solutions Division will achieve the same high level of recognition and reputation for excellence that we enjoy in the global gaming market.”

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