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Arcules Announces New Addition to Senior Leadership Team with Appointment of Chief Revenue Officer

Sales and technology veteran hired to drive the next stage of sales growth at Arcules

Arcules announced today the addition of Nigel Waterton as Chief Revenue Officer. Waterton has led winning sales and operations teams for more than 22 years, building and managing large, high-growth technology organizations.

Waterton is a 10-year veteran of Aronson Security Group (ASG), where he served as senior vice president of corporate strategy and development. During his tenure with ASG, Waterton led a cross-disciplinary team within the company as well as with ASG’s strategic partners to identify key areas of optimization and innovation needed to deliver value to clients. Over the course of his career, he has held a variety of senior-level sales and leadership roles with well-known brands, including Protection One and RFI Security.

“While Arcules is in the beginning stages of its growth trajectory, it has already built a leading platform for the delivery of secure video cloud services that provide significant value for customers,” said Waterton. “We have the potential to transform how companies manage their video surveillance networks and data — transitioning the process from complex and cost-prohibitive to simplified and cost-efficient. There is an incredible team, an exciting service and a massive market opportunity ahead, and I am enthusiastic to help lead the charge.”

Waterton is recognized as an industry leader, has been quoted in numerous print and online publications and has sat on multiple industry councils and advisory boards.

“Nigel brings a solid track record of success in leading global sales initiatives and building deep customer relationships in almost every segment of the security and IT markets,” said Andreas Pettersson, CEO, Arcules. “He’s adept at developing sales strategies that scale and his depth of experience, leadership and operational drive will position Arcules to capture the large market opportunity for cloud-based video surveillance services.”

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