PureTech Systems Adds Sincock to Team

PureTech Systems is pleased to announce the addition of Christopher Sincock as vice president, Channel Development. Sincock brings more than 30 years of broad ranging experience in the electronic security industry serving in roles ranging from product manager to president.

Chris held executive leadership positions with Lenel Systems International where he created the Lenel OpenAccess Alliance Program, and with HID Global, Zenitel USA, Inc., and DAQ Electronics. Most recently, Chris served as a Physical Security & IoT Subject Matter Expert for Everbridge (formerly CNL) responsible for PSIM sales in North America.

In his new role, Sincock will be responsible for building PureTech System’s channel program encompassing select security system Value Added Resellers, OEMs and cultivating relationships and building awareness within the Consulting & Specifying community.

Company leadership are super excited to have Sincock join the PureTech team to help accelerate growth through channels that are of upmost importance to our business and future success. He brings a wealth of industry expertise, product knowledge, the leadership team said.

He is formally educated in Business Administration and Psychology at Hartwick College in Oneonta, NY and Kaizen/Lean Manufacturing at Shingijutsu Ltd. in Gifu, Japan. Sincock lives in Connecticut with his family, and enjoys the Boston area and UCONN sports, as well as crafting the perfect pizza from scratch.

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