Smith named Regional Sales Manager for the Great Lakes Region

SALTO Systems has appointed Scott Smith as Regional Sales Manager for the Great Lakes Region.

Based in Kentucky, Smith will oversee sales activity and territory growth in Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, and Eastern Wisconsin. He reports to SALTO senior vice president of Commercial Sales Michael J. Mahon.

“Scott has a great deal of experience in sales in the Great Lakes area which is a very important region for SALTO as we continue to build and grow in the area,” Mahon said. “We’re excited to have Scott on our team and representing SALTO as his valuable security experience will serve our end users and dealers in the area very well.”

Smith comes to SALTO from Aiphone Corporation – one of the most respected and reliable security communication systems brands worldwide. While at Aiphone, Smith served as a senior sales representative building and maintaining relationships with dealers, architect and engineering firms, distribution partners, and integrators throughout Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. Prior to becoming senior sales rep, Smith served in the role of regional sales representative for Aiphone for more than five years.

“I’m excited to have joined the SALTO family,” Smith said. “Having been in the security industry for over a decade, I am very familiar with SALTO’s innovation and delivery of best-in-class technology. When the opportunity to join SALTO was presented, it was an easy decision to make. The recent weeks spent with the SALTO team have only confirmed what I already know – I’m working with the best. I look forward to sharing the wide variety of SALTO’s innovative solutions with clients I’ve known for years as well as with new organizations that will be better served by the trusted and reliable SALTO brand.”

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