Tyco Security Products Expands Product Management Team

Tyco Security Products has added three key members to its enterprise commercial product management team. The additions are designed to expand on the company’s product expansion strategy and further harmonize third-party integrations with its flagship products.

The additions of Jeremy Krinitt, Shahar Ze’Evi and Charlie Morganti to the product management team will add dedicated resources in key product areas, including product integrations, NVRs, video storage and mobile applications.

“We are passionately committed to expanding and improving the range of products from American Dynamics and Software House. With these new additions to the team, we are poised to efficiently support third party integrations and expand our product portfolio to meet emerging customer needs,” said Warren Brown, director of enterprise com-ercial product management at Tyco Security Products.

Krinitt will oversee strategic integrations for Software House’s C•CURE 9000 SDK program as well further harmonizing the integration programs with the victor video management system and VideoEdge NVR from American Dynamics. Prior to joining Tyco, Krinett was a co-founder and vice president of product marketing for React Systems, an emergency communications company.

Ze’Evi comes to Tyco Security Products with more than 15 years of industry experience. He led product management and marketing for the DVR and NVR business at Nice Systems and DVTel. In his new role, he is responsible for the VideoEdge product line and for further developing the American Dynamics’ storage strategy.

Morganti has 20 years in the CCTV business with extensive knowledge of analog and IP cameras as well as analytics solutions. He will assume responsibility for American Dynamic’s analog cameras portfolio, including continued product development of the flagship SpeedDome and Discover lines.

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