Unlimited Technology Adds Top-Tier Security Executives to Leadership Team to Propel Ambitious Strategic Growth Plan

Unlimited Technology has announced the significant addition of three executives to its leadership team: Daniel Tews has been named CFO; Chris Horan, COO; and Joe Baker as the role of West Coast general manager. These key hires are critical to the company’s ambitious strategic growth plan and its dedication to providing security solutions with world-class customer service and innovative technologies to critical infrastructure end markets.

“In support of our mission to protect and secure our customers’ people, property, and peace of mind using the most innovative technologies available, each executive position is extremely important to our core values, our team members, and our leadership team in elevating value to all stakeholders. As we continue to build the best company to work for and the best company to partner with for new and existing clients, these three hires allow Unlimited Technology to further scale with high-level strategic, financial, and technical expertise,” said John Palumbo, CEO at Unlimited Technology.

Tews is responsible for assisting in formulating the company’s future direction to positively impact profitability, developing performance measures that support the company’s strategic direction, and driving value creation through organic top-line growth. In his previous positions, he served as chief financial officer, vice president of finance, global business development, global strategy, and mergers and acquisitions and chief audit executive. Tews will work closely with the company’s CEO to review quarterly financial reports, identify investment opportunities, and implement budgeting initiatives company wide. He will also have human resources and general counsel responsibilities under his leadership.

Horan has joined the company as the COO, bringing more than 18 years of management experience in the security systems integration industry to the position. He joins from Convergint Technologies where he was a northeast general manager, running one of the largest divisions in North America. His M&A and fast-paced growth experience will be instrumental to the management team in helping with scale and culture integration. Horan reports to the CEO and oversees the company’s business operations and ensures the company has effective operational and M&A procedures in place. He will work closely with Unlimited Technology’s general managers, project management office, and service organizations to build a “Service Now, Service First” organization.

As the incoming West Coast GM, Baker’s deep experience with technology-driven recurring solutions aligns with Unlimited Technology’s vision and growth strategy for its clients’ future. With 35 years of experience in physical security, network systems and IT infrastructure, he has worked on multi-national projects providing design, project management, and program development services in his fields of expertise. Baker is responsible for running day-to-day operations of the company’s West Coast Branch, including overseeing hiring and scheduling staff, tracking cash flow and setting sales goals for his growing team.

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