IQinVision Expands North American Sales and Support Teams

IQinVision has announced a series of personnel promotions and additions to the company’s sales and support organizations in response to the continuing growth of the company.

Due to the rapid expansion of the IQinVision regional sales network, the company has promoted Lisa Bradshaw to the position of director of sales for the Western United States and Canada and Wade Norman as the director of sales for the Eastern region of the United States. Additional new appointments include:

Chad Schermerhorn has joined IQinVision in the position of regional sales manager for the northwestern U.S. territory (Alaska, Ore., Wash., Idaho, Nev.) and is based in Portland, Ore. Through his tenure in the security industry, he has developed professional relationships with a network of contractors, distributors, end users, engineers and integrators within the Pacific Northwest territory.

Bud Eula has joined the company as the new regional sales manager for the Southwest territory (Calif., Hawaii) and is based out of Livermore, Calif. Eula comes to IQinVision with recent experience at NICE and Verint, and has a long history of working with integrators, consultants, distributors and end users in developing advanced security solutions.

IQinVision’s new regional sales manager for the Mid-Atlantic territory (Pa., W.Va., Va., Md., Del.) is Doug Dickinson, based in Leesburg, Va. After a military career, Dickinson progressed through roles in operations, marketing and sales for a number of telecom equipment manufacturers. In 2005, he entered the video surveillance industry.

Colleen Callaghan is the newest member of the technical support team. Callaghan brings more than four years of experience in the video surveillance and IP camera industry, formerly working with Dedicated Micros. She has more than 10 years experience as a tech support specialist and sales engineer, and holds certifications in LAN/WAN networking. Colleen is multilingual, providing support and training in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese. With the addition of Callaghan to the tech support team, the company has enhanced both its breadth of support and hours of operation. IQinVision now offers technical assistance in seven languages—English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Japanese, German and Dutch.

Communications Supply Corporation (CSC) is IQinVision’s newest distribution partner. Founded in 1972, CSC, a subsidiary of WESCO International Inc., distributes a full range of data communications and security products and services. CSC and WESCO form the largest data communications, security and electrical network in North America with 400 full-service branches and an international network designed to scale.

IQinVision President and CEO Pete DeAngelis said, “We are ramping up our management team, sales network, and support services in response to the growing demands of our business. We’re proud of our recent accomplishments and growth and 2011 is already shaping up to be a big year.”


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