|By PR Newswire||
|February 24, 2014 04:05 AM EST||
LOUISVILLE, Colo., Feb. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Inovonics (http://www.inovonics.com), a leading provider of enterprise life safety and specialized commercial wireless systems, today announced it is expanding its presence in the U.K. with increased sales staff to nurture new business and grow a budding market opportunity for its technology there. In line with this, the company recently hired Rob Scott, a veteran sales professional with deep relationships in the security industry and substantial knowledge of the U.K. market, as Southern UK Territory Manager.
"We have been established in the U.K. for some time but recent demands have made it clear that now is the time to expand our presence in the life safety and commercial wireless security international market based on customer demand," explained Gary Kallman, senior vice president of global sales at Inovonics. "This is a unique opportunity for aggressive market penetration and we are confident that Rob has the business acumen and knowledge to help promote and grow our brand overseas."
Scott brings 20 years of sales experience to Inovonics with a focus on security products in manufacturing and distribution markets. Prior to Inovonics he worked for Norbain SD, LTD, one of the U.K.'s largest electronic security distributors. He also worked for Honeywell Security and Rexel Senate Milton Keynes - Electrical Distribution. Scott has a sales record that indicates high performance, establishment and development of long-term client relationships, and extensive market growth. He also is Six Sigma Green Belt qualified and able to use tools to help develop business and understanding.
"As someone who has been on the front lines of the European security market for many years, I see tremendous opportunity for Inovonics to establish itself as a market leader in this area," said Scott. "The demand for commercial grade wireless continues to boom and we are moving quickly to establish Inovonics' presence as a leading technology option."
Inovonics has been providing wireless solutions to the security industry for 28 years and its technology is proven to perform when it's needed most – when lives are on the line. A trusted partner to many security manufacturers, its wireless technology is implemented into some of the leading security and life-safety solutions available today. For more information on Inovonics' current product options, visit (www.inovonics.com).
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Inovonics Wireless Corporation
Based in Louisville, Colo., Inovonics is a leading provider of enterprise life-safety and specialized commercial wireless systems. Founded in 1986 and a division of Roper Industries (ROP), the company pioneered the use of 900 MHz frequency hopping spread spectrum wireless technology to deliver the most reliable and cost-effective solutions for critical commercial wireless needs. Healthcare, K-12 education, business and government organizations turn to Inovonics as a partner dedicated to perfecting wireless coverage and wireless infrastructure reliability within a range of settings and environments. In addition, Inovonics developed the Enterprise Mobile Duress (EMD) framework to help advance the common industry goal of protecting people from violence and helping organizations take a practical and strategic approach to improving personal safety in the workplace. For more information about Inovonics or to learn about EMD, please visit: (www.inovonics.com or www.enterprisemobileduress.com), or call 800-782-2709.
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