FutureSentry Bolsters Sales Team with Industry Veteran

A security veteran will be bringing technical and sales expertise to the seasoned team at FutureSentry.

FutureSentry, a developer of automated detection solutions designed for proactive security, announced that it expanded its sales team with the addition of Eric Moore as an Independent Sales Representative. Moore brings more than 20 years of technical and sales experience to the company. Moore, who reports directly to FutureSentry President and CEO Rolland Trayte, is responsible for leading Western U.S. sales efforts.

Moore will leverage his technical and sales expertise to support installation and service of the company’s award winning First Responder platform in the Western U.S. market while working to meet significant demand for the company’s technologies. Moore already has hands-on experience working with FutureSentry’s product line.

“Eric maintains a solid working knowledge of the FutureSentry technology, which is a critical requirement for our representatives because our automated detection solutions are unlike anything else in the security marketplace,” said Trayte. “Eric possesses a rich technical expertise and is a capable sales representative. We are excited to have him aboard.”

Moore’s appointment follows a successful year for FutureSentry in which the company further refined its automated detection system with the addition of a carousel sensor to enhance reliability and use in indoor environments. During this time, demand for the company’s solutions accelerated as more users required systems that are more proactive then reactive, and resellers looked to tap into the growing perimeter protection and critical infrastructure markets.

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