Immix Announces Leadership Changes

Chris Brown

Chris Brown to Lead Immix

Company now operates as a legally separate entity from SureView Systems

Immix has announced today that Chris Brown will take over as CEO and will oversee the global business from end-to-end. The company and its software platform recently rebranded under one name and a new URL: Immix (www.immixprotect.com).

Brown takes over as CEO after having served for the past six-plus years as Vice President of the Immix Central Station and Guard Force business units, where he lead a team that was instrumental in maximizing returns and increasing recurring monthly revenue options for both the company and its customers.

With nearly 30 years of experience in the security industry, specializing in the operational success of high-growth companies, Brown formerly served as co-owner/vice president at CheckVideo, where he revamped the company’s strategic vision and go-to-market strategy. Previously, he was senior vice president of Operations for Iverify, where he directly managed solution R&D, system design, installation, service, core infrastructure deployment and the video monitoring center with a staff of over 200 operators.

“I am deeply honored and excited to be entrusted with this position in a company that for the last 18 years has led the way in enabling its clients to deliver RMR through remote video and event-based monitoring. The organization has an unwavering passion for the success of its partners and employees,” Brown said. “We have experienced a tremendous level of growth over the past few years and today operate in over 38 countries. The shift to rebrand as Immix and unify the US and European operations as a single entity, I feel will enable us to streamline both the product and our support team to assist our customers in meeting the challenges they face today and accelerate their growth and succeed using the Immix platform.”

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