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Xentry Systems Expands Team to Continue Nationwide Growth

Xentry Systems Integration, a security systems integrator focused on delivering best-in-class security systems and services, continues its expansion into nationwide markets and service areas, and has recently added new management to foster this continued growth.

After its acquisition of Acree Daily Integrated Systems in May 2014, Xentry has positioned itself as a nationwide provider of comprehensive security technologies and services to end-user clients. Xentry, a division of Matrix Systems, accounts for more than 40 highly trained technicians and a service fleet of 30 vans.

“Our focus is on building our leadership, expanding our technology portfolio and increasing our service areas,” said John Nemerofsky, President and CEO, Xentry Systems. “The security and technology markets are rapidly evolving and we are committed to building teams that can manage significant growth and development.”

In response to its expanded focus, Xentry has added industry leaders in several markets to help continue the company’s advancement and innovation. Ken Oberst has been appointed as a Project Engineer in the Columbus, Ohio, territory. He most recently served as a systems engineer for fire alarm and suppression on multiple large-scale commercial and industrial projects for Integrated Protection Services Inc. in the Cincinnati and Columbus markets.

Jorge Bejel joins Xentry as Project Manager in the southern Florida territory, with extensive experience in project and operations management, and team leadership. As an experienced field technician, he is a service and installation expert on multiple security technology platforms.

Timothy Graves was named as Project Engineer in Dayton, Ohio, and brings prior security company ownership experience with him, as well as service and project management skills. He brings more than 23 years of security expertise to Xentry.

Michael Di Carlo, Paul Vann and Jim Vernon have been named to the Xentry team as technicians in the Detroit, Cleveland and southern Florida markets, respectively. For the last six years, Di Carlo has worked with Stanley Convergent Security Solutions, installing and servicing various video surveillance and access control systems throughout Michigan and Ohio. Vann has more than 20 years of experience providing field applications, installation and services for access control systems, alarms, video security and recording systems for companies such as Wadsworth Controls, P.C. Vann Inc., Siemens and Johnson Controls. Vernon has more than 16 years of experience in the service and installation sector, including DVR, CCTV, security cameras and fiber optic systems.

Christopher Wheeler joined the team as a CAD Operator in the Dayton, Ohio, territory. He holds degrees in construction management, and computer drafting and design, and previously worked as a process CAD designer with ADF Engineering in Miamisburg, Ohio, in the feed oil and bio fuels industries.

Xentry also appointed Sam Miller as CAD Operator/Design Engineer in the Columbus, Ohio, office. Miller brings 25 years of design engineering experience to Xentry. Most recently, he worked with Creative Architectural Solutions. Miller holds an Associate’s Degree in architecture from Columbus State.

The company anticipates these new team members will help strengthen its offerings to new markets throughout the United States.

About Xentry Systems Integration

Xentry Systems Integration delivers comprehensive security installations and services to end user clients across North America. Xentry’s go-to-market focus is on delivering business outcomes through technology. It specializes in the design and deployment of open platform IP video surveillance systems, access control, security alarms, remote monitoring services and wireless technologies. With the addition of Acree Daily, Xentry adds depth in healthcare technologies and managed services. A division of Matrix Systems, a leader in security technology for more than 35 years, Xentry focuses on exceeding customer expectations through efficient project delivery, strong customer support and knowledge of today’s security and business challenges. For more information, visit http://www.xentrysi.com.

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