Industry Experts Join Pixim's Channel Marketing Team

Pixim Inc., a leading provider of image sensors and processors for enterprise security cameras, has hired two security industry experts for its channel marketing team. As members of channel marketing, 30-year-security-industry veteran, Craig Robinson, and 32-year-industy veteran, Joe Peery, will be responsible for increasing the awareness of Pixim's brand as well as building channel relationships in their respective markets.

"Pixim has added an incredible wealth of industry knowledge and experience with the addition of Craig and Joe to our channel marketing team," said John Monti, Pixim's vice president of marketing and business development. "They are both highly respected in their markets and already have the necessary relationships in place to make an immediate, positive impact for Pixim."

Craig Robinson is Pixim's new director of business development, Latin America. Based in Miami, Robinson is responsible for the development and growth of the Latin American market. With more than 15 years experience in Latin America and the Caribbean, Robinson worked as managing partner of Secutronex International Security Inc. where he directed business joint ventures and acquisitions and later supported distribution sales initiatives throughout 41 countries. Robinson was born and raised in Montreal, Canada, and attended Dawson College. With English as his primary language, his secondary languages include Spanish, Portuguese and French.

"Latin America is a huge area of growth for security products," Robinson said. "I am pleased to be part a company that provides a greatly needed security solution for our industry. Pixim's unique digital technology raises the bar in the quest for consistent security imaging."

As global director of financial business development, Joe Peery is focused on the banking/financial vertical market. Peery served as vice president of Hamilton Safe Company for 19 years where he was responsible for developing key relationships with financial end users. He was also president of the electronic security division of Hamilton System Inc, a distribution company for electronic security sales, support and product management specific to the financial industry. Peery attended Ohio State University and is an active member of the Financial and Security Products Association. Peery has trained more than 6,000 professional security sales and technicians across the United States on alarm, access control, CCTV, video recording and biometrics.

"From my experience in the financial vertical market, I know lighting issues such as glare, back light, and shadows in security video are widespread and frustrating to the heads of security for financial institutions," Peery said. "I am excited to be working for Pixim where I will now be able to bring a real solution to their lighting problems."

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