Security Associates International, Inc. (SAI), announced the hiring of Richard Graeff as Eastern regional director of dealer development. Graeff will lead the sales and growth effort of SAIâ€™s Authorized Dealer Program in the eastern half of the United States.
AMAG Technology recently named Matthew Barnette as Western national accounts director. AMAG also named Loren Lloyd as Central region director of sales. Barnette will oversee AMAGâ€™s business development and customer service operations in the Eastern U.S., and Lloyd will oversee AMAGâ€™s business development and customer service operations in the Central U.S.
Cross Point Industries, Inc. (CPI) donated 30 Voice Alert systems, the companyâ€™s wireless voice notification system, to the Braille Institute of San Diego. Voice Alert allows people living with vision loss to easily know when there is activity and it gives them time to respond.
Select Security, Lancaster, Pa., has acquired Dynamark Security Center of State College. The Dynamark acquisition was finalized six months after the companyâ€™s purchase of Alsenco Security of Altoona.
Ted Nesse has been appointed as chairman of the Security Industry Associationâ€™s Control Panel Standards subcommittee, to coordinate the development and maintenance of SIA standards. Additionally, Nesse will provide liaison with other standards-making organizations. Nesse is vice president of engineering, controls for GE Security, Arden Hills, Minn.
Edward P. Pedersen has been promoted to executive vice president and COO at ADS Security, Nashville, Tenn. All regional managers, sales managers, and branch managers at ADS Securityâ€™s 13 offices in Tennessee, Alabama, Kentucky, and Georgia will report to Pedersen in his new position.
Jim Beacom has been named life safety systems product manager for Wheelock Inc. Beacom will be responsible for the development and launching of new systems and services for the life safety and communications marketplace.
Network Video Technologies announced that Mike Mahan has been hired as vice resident of Sales for North America, Latin America and Asia.
Companies you Should Know
MaXware International AS is a global provider of modular and scalable enterprise-wide identity management solutions. The companyâ€™s technology products are platform independent and flexible to meet the diverse needs of large, heterogeneous organizations looking to securely and efficiently access and manage identity information across globally distributed directories, databases, and other data repositories. MaXware has U.S. headquarters in Freehold, N.J., and has world headquarters in Trondheim, Norway. Customers include a cross-section of the worldâ€™s largest government and commercial organizations. For more information, visit www.maxware.com.
Clinton Electronics Corp. was founded in 1963 by Thomas L. Clinton Sr. for the purpose of manufacturing black-and-white cathode ray television tubes. Despite indicators at that time that color television was becoming more predominant, Clinton was convinced that a ready market for a quality-built cathode ray tube did exist, and he set up a manufacturing facility in Loves Park, Ill. The addition of a monitor division positioned the company as a leader in the development of products for the emerging market of electronic medical images. In early 2001 Clinton Electronics began looking for related technology with growth potential. The CCTV market was recognized as a perfect match for Clintonâ€™s background and technology. As a distributor of products under the Clinton Brand name, the CCTV line includes cameras, monitors, digital video recorders, multiplexers, pan/tilt/zoom units and controllers, mounting brackets and housings, lenses and power supplies. The 41-year old family-owned company will be exhibiting its products at booth 4612 at the American Society for Industrial Security Seminar & Exhibits.