Ojo Technology Names New Vice President of Services

Chris Krajewski previously served as general manager for Ojo's Central Valley office

Ojo Technology, a Northern California security systems integrator, has named Chris Krajewski its vice president of services. Previously, he was general manager for the company’s Central Valley office located in Stockton, Calif.

In his expanded role Krajewski will oversee the organization’s service offerings included training, maintenance and managed and cloud services. His team will work with customers to make sure their systems remain up and running while providing maximum value.

“As systems become more complex and network-centric our customers need additional support and services,” said Angie Wong, founder and chief executive officer at Ojo Technology. “Chris has the industry background and experience to make sure we lead the way in providing top quality services.”

Prior to joining Ojo Technology, Krajewski was the general manager for Roseville, Calif.-based Precision West Technology, named one of the area’s 50 fastest growing companies. He also worked with other Northern California companies including Pelco and Delta Wireless. He has more than 25 years of experience leading and growing small and mid-sized companies, gaining extensive knowledge of IT-based security systems.

“There is a real need in the security industry for integrators with network, cloud and IT experience.” Krajewski said. “The team at Ojo has that expertise and I’m looking forward to working to continually provide our end users with superior service.”

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