Paxton Hires Wesley Greenhaw in Keeping with Growth Strategy

Paxton, the global brand of electronic IP access control, video surveillance and video intercom systems, has hired a new and experienced addition to their U.S. Training team as they continue to accelerate growth across North America.

Wesley Greenhaw recently joined the Paxton team as Field Training Engineer for the central United States. He will be responsible for providing installation training at locations from the Rio Grande to the Canadian border. Wes will provide practical hands-on training for Paxton’s complete line of stand-alone and networked solutions.

“Paxton is a world class company and continues to grow. I am confident that with the support of my colleagues at Paxton, I will be able to deliver world-class training to our dealers,” Greenhaw said. “I am passionate about providing the best experience I can for the people I interact with, and I am excited to see how far I can grow with Paxton.”

Greenhaw’s training experience began while he was in the Army and continues into corporate training. He has more than 10 years training conducting both live and virtual classes. His varied list of clients includes people from the telecom industry to bank services.

“We are delighted to welcome Wes to the team. Based in the Dallas, Texas area, he will provide technical training to dealers in the central part of the United States - from Texas to Canada,” said Steve Woodbridge global Training Manager at Paxton. “His years of solid experience bring another dimension to our talented training team in the United States.”

Paxton consistently supplies advanced solutions through high quality products and stellar customer care. Paxton builds systems that are easy to configure, install and implement. Every product is backed by a no hassle five-year warranty. Paxton’s U.S. headquarters is in Greenville, S.C.

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