Vidsys, a provider of physical security information management (PSIM) and converged security and information management (CSIM) software, today announced that the board of directors has promoted company Vice President of Product Innovation Maurice Singleton as the new president of Vidsys.

Maurice Singleton is a founding member of Vidsys and has extensive experience in physical and information technology systems and solutions. He has held various leadership roles at the company and has led business initiatives for the development of innovative product enhancements, customer experience improvements, business growth and expansion into emerging markets, as well as contributions to shape the PSIM/CSIM platform architecture.

“With more than 20 years of experience in this industry and a proven track record of execution and delivery of top-notch service, we are confident that Maurice will immediately make a positive impact on the company,” said Pete Correll, Vidsys chairman of the board. “He will help Vidsys continue to operate with speed, reliability and great service to ensure each customer realizes the full value of our software.”

Going forward, Singleton will focus his efforts on improving customer success and adoption by strategically allocating resources to ensure 100 percent satisfaction; enhancing sustainable operations by investing in the company’s people, product and delivery model to improve the ease of installation, support and maintenance; and product evolution by harnessing new streams of sensor data and increasingly connected tools to give operators better intelligence and faster resolution.

“It’s an honor to take the helm at Vidsys, where I have spent the last 13 years of my career working with the brightest minds in enterprise security and information technology,” Singleton said. “I’m excited to build on the history of excellence and innovation that the company has cultivated as we continue to provide the highest level of security and safety at scale worldwide and across various diverse and most mission-critical organizations.”