Avigilon Expands North American and Latin American Sales Teams

Avigilon announced the appointment of four new sales executives to address the growing demand for the company's award-winning HD surveillance solution in North America and Latin America.

"With an increased focus on security and compliance, demand for Avigilon's innovative high-definition surveillance solution continues to grow," said Bryan Schmode, vice president of global sales. "The appointment of these experienced sales executives will enable us to further serve the needs of our existing customers and expand our presence in key regions across North America and Latin America to reach new customers."

Mark Baxter, director of sales, Midwest United States, is responsible for expanding sales and managing existing accounts in Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota. Prior to joining Avigilon, Baxter was western regional sales manager for Intransa Inc. He also held senior sales positions at Bosch Security Systems, Electronic Technologies Corporation and Honeywell Security.

Alejandrina Brito Figueroa, director of sales, based in Mexico City, is responsible for expanding sales and managing existing accounts in Latin America. Figueroa comes to Avigilon from IndigoVision where she served as regional sales manager. Prior to IndigoVision, she was regional sales manager for Mexico for Verint Systems.

Will Brock, director of sales, southeast United States, is responsible for expanding sales and managing existing accounts in Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. Brock joins Avigilon from 1Volt Associates, a manufacturers' representative firm, where he served as business development manager. He also held senior sales positions at Bosch, Hirsch and Loronix.

Rob Crane, director of sales, northeast United States, is responsible for expanding sales and managing existing accounts in Connecticut, eastern Pennsylvania, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island and Vermont. Prior to Avigilon, Crane was northeast regional sales manager at Pivot3 Inc. He also served as a director of sales at Broadware and as a regional sales manager for NICE.


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