Home » William Brennan Leaves Panasonic, Joins Jenne Inc.
William Brennan has joined Jenne Inc. as vice president of security solutions. It is a newly created position necessitated by the company’s focus on and commitment to growing the security segment of its business, in which Jenne distributes physical security surveillance and technology products including cameras and accessories, SIP endpoints, access control systems, networking switches and recorders, and alerting systems.
“We are pleased to have Bill Brennan join Jenne’s management team as we look to continue to grow and expand our business in the premise security space,” said Ray Jenne, president of Jenne Inc. “Bill brings an excellent combination of leadership capabilities and product knowledge that will benefit our entire reseller base. We are happy to welcome Bill to our management team to head up this important area for the company.”
Brennan joins Jenne from Panasonic System Communications Company of North America where he most recently served as vice president, channel sales – resellers. He was responsible for the successful identification, on-boarding, management and sales of the company’s strategic reseller partners. He has 27 years of experience in the B2B technology industry.
“I am very pleased and excited to join Jenne,” said Brennan. "Due to dramatic changes within the distribution landscape and the continuing convergence of technology, Jenne is an ideal distribution partner for security resellers, integrators and manufacturers. Our expertise in IT, first class support, and the solid reputation and values of a privately held company will enable us to continue our double digit growth year over year. I want partners to experience the same level of success I have, working together with Jenne for the past 10 years.”
Brennan began his career at Panasonic in 1989 as district sales manager supporting Panasonic dealers. In 1995 he left Panasonic to work with a reseller as vice president of sales. Brennan returned to Panasonic in 2002 as a group manager and created the key account program focused on selling through the resellers direct to the end user. Since 2010, Brennan had been instrumental in leading the company’s channel strategy through multiple changes.