VideoIQ Announces New Strategic Accounts Director

VideoIQ has added Christie Walters-Hebert to its sales team in the position of strategic accounts sales director. In this role, Walters-Hebert will be responsible for driving sales and distribution of the company’s line of intelligent video surveillance systems, including iCVR-HD cameras, iCVR dome cameras, iCVR encoders and the iCST line of streaming cameras and encoders within VideoIQ's list of leading national integrators.

Walters-Hebert has held senior-level sales positions at Pelco and Brivo. Most recently, Walters-Hebert was director of strategic accounts for Pelco where she was responsible for recruiting and managing strategic accounts globally. Prior to Pelco, Walters-Herbert managed the business development and marketing teams at Brivo Systems, successfully establishing and leading key strategic accounts. Walters-Hebert has also held key positions at ADT and Zaplet.

"VideoIQ's innovative all-in-one video surveillance solutions allow integrators to meet even the most difficult surveillance challenges," said Christie Walters-Hebert, strategic accounts director of VideoIQ. "I am excited to be joining such a strong team and helping extend VideoIQ's already impressive track record of success with national integrators."

"Christie is joining us at an important time for VideoIQ," said Holly Tsourides, vice president of sales for VideoIQ. "As national integrators continue to deliver more innovative, valuable solutions to their customers, Christie brings the experience and know-how needed to further expand our relationships both in North America and internationally."


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