Carole Dougan was Arecont Vision’s Vice President for Strategic Account and assumed her new role on January 1, 2013
As the Vice President of North America Sales, Ms. Dougan will be responsible for all sales in the USA and Canada

Arecont Vision, the industry leader in megapixel camera technology, announced recently that Carole Dougan, Arecont Vision's Vice President, Strategic Accounts, has been named Vice President, North America Sales. Ms. Dougan assumed her new responsibilities on January 1, 2013.

As the Vice President of North America Sales, Ms. Dougan will be responsible for all sales in the USA and Canada. The North America regional sales directors, regional sales managers, director of strategic accounts and director of national systems integrators are now part of her organisation.

“Carole Dougan has significantly improved our business and Arecont Vision’s standing with our key distributors and with our national systems integrators,” said Scott Schafer, Arecont Vision’s Executive Vice President, Sales, Marketing and Service. “We look for Carole’s leadership to dramatically impact all of our sales activities in North America.”

Ms. Dougan started in the security industry in 1985 in a customer service/training role demonstrating the use of time-lapse VHS recorders and sequential switchers to end-users. She was previously Pelco's Director of Strategic Accounts and before that, spent several years in territory, national account and engineered systems design and sales with ADT in San Francisco and with Securus, Inc. (now Henry Brothers/Kratos) in Denver.

In March of last year, Ms. Dougan was named 2012 Woman of the Year in the Manufacturer category by the Women's Security Council (WSC), a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to advancing the professional success of women working in the physical security industry.

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