AMAG Technology Expands Sales Team and Hires Dennis Gibbs as Great Lakes Regional Sales Manager

AMAG Technology Expands Sales Team and Hires Dennis Gibbs as Great Lakes Regional Sales Manager

AMAG Technology, a security solution provider that includes access control, IP video, intrusion management and HD cameras, appointed AMAG Technology Expands Sales Team and Hires Dennis Gibbs as Great Lakes Regional Sales ManagerDennis Gibbs as the Great Lakes Regional Sales Manager. AMAG added this new position to its sales team to provide increased sales support to customers in the Great Lakes Region. In this new position, Dennis will support existing Symmetry Authorized Resellers with sales initiatives and develop new business in Indiana, Michigan, Kentucky, Ohio and Wisconsin. Dennis reports to AMAG Technology’s Senior Regional Sales Manager, Greg Love.

“I am excited to be working for one of the security leaders in the commercial market,” said AMAG Technology, Great Lakes Regional Sales Manager, Dennis Gibbs. “AMAG offers an outstanding product, and I look forward to supporting my customers, providing great service and growing my territory.”

“Dennis offers exactly what this territory needs: a strong commitment to customer satisfaction,” said AMAG Technology, Senior Regional Sales Manager, Greg Love. “AMAG’s Great Lakes customers will benefit from his expertise and knowledge. He’s a great fit for this newly-created position.”

Gibbs previously worked at ADT Security Services in Cincinnati, Ohio as a small business sales representative and regional builder sales manager, where he excelled in sales in the North Central Region. He managed builder activity across five states, where he communicated daily with customers and install managers to ensure jobs were on track and customer issues were resolved.

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