Oncam Grandeye names Paul Such as VP Sales Europe and Middle East

Oncam Grandeye names Paul Such as VP Sales Europe and Middle East

Oncam Grandeye names Paul Such as VP Sales Europe and Middle EastOncam Grandeye, a security and technology solutions company, announced today that it has appointed industry expert Paul Such as Vice President of Sales, Europe and Middle East (EMEA). He will be based at the company’s UK headquarters in London.

Paul brings almost 20 years’ worth of experience to the job, with a specialization in high-growth sales across the security industry. He has developed a strong reputation for building and developing results-oriented sales teams and for strategic business plan development and execution.

Oncam Grandeye’s SVP of Global Sales, Greg Alcorn, said, “Paul’s sales and business development experience will help us to nurture new business partners and that will allow us to provide more innovative solutions for our customers. We are delighted to have Paul on board at a period of rapid expansion as interest in Oncam Grandeye’s 360-degree technology and security solutions continue to grow.”

Paul Such added, “Security professionals increasingly demand total situational awareness and need a 360-degree, unimpeded view of any facility that enables live and retrospective analysis of an entire scene. Oncam Grandeye is the pioneer in the development and use of 360-degree technology. I look forward to helping this dynamic organization continue to expand while focusing on key market verticals of retail, gaming, maritime, transportation and safe cities.”

Paul joins the team at Oncam Grandeye from Honeywell, where he was Sales Manager for Europe and responsible for the Honeywell Integrated Security channel. His background includes Stanley Security Systems, GE Fiber Communications and NICE Systems.

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