CGI Protects Hires Ray Cavanagh to Drive Sales for Security Services and Technology

Crescent Guardian Inc. has hired Ray Cavanagh as vice president of sales. Cavanaugh plans to multiply revenues and expand nationally with the announcement of CGI Security Fusion. CGI Protects is the first guard services company to augment its trained personnel with a technology solution for tracking, securing, and monitoring assets and personnel through electronic surveillance.

Cavanagh has a history in security technology sales with companies such as OpenService Inc. and AXCESS International. He has extensive experience in vertical markets such as federal, energy, pharmaceutical and financial services. He has managed sales operations in UK, France, Germany and Japan, as well as the United States. Cavanagh holds a bachelor's degree in business administration and an MBA in international business from Northeastern University.

“CGI Protects provides a unique offering of trained and professional guard services alongside a sophisticated portfolio of technology products,“ said Cavanagh, vice president of WW sales. “My plan is to show customers how CGI Protects can provide higher security with a lower overall operating costs by fusing technology with physical security.”

Marian Pierre, founder, owner and CEO of CGI, adds, “With CGI Protects’ rapid growth it was becoming imperative that we needed to expand our sales efforts. We are pleased to have someone with Ray’s experience and background join our organization. He brings an executive-level skill set that will help us meet our growth objectives in the coming years and will be a tremendous asset to our team.”

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