Kristina Connor Joins Digital Monitoring Products

Digital Monitoring Products (DMP) has named Kristina Connor as their dealer development manager in the northwest region which includes Idaho, Montana, Washington, Oregon, Wyoming and Alaska. She will be responsible for developing new sales and providing ongoing service to DMP authorized dealers throughout the region, helping them to grow their businesses.

"Dealer development managers are there to support DMP dealers, help expand their business and increase their profitability," said Audrey Pierson, director of sales, west. "Kristina has shown that she has the drive and the ability to find and capitalize on new sales opportunities. Those traits, combined with the knowledge demonstrated by her two NBFAA certifications, will make her a valuable resource for DMP dealers in her region."

Prior to joining DMP, Connor was the western sales account manager for a designer and manufacturer of connectivity solutions for CCTV in security, surveillance, classroom and other applications. Before that, she was employed by a security products distribution firm, where she grew west coast sales to a level that required expanding into a new branch, which she opened and managed. She also served as the inside sales account manager for an international fire safety and security solutions provider with operations in more than 30 countries.

Connor earned NBFAA certifications both as an alarm technician and as an access control technician. She completed both the "Integrity Sales" training program and the "Spin Selling" training program.


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