McCoy has 25 years of experience in the security industry
McCoy will be responsible for driving sales at Arecont Vision’s select national systems integrators

Arecont Vision, the industry leader in IP-based megapixel camera technology, announces the appointment of Matthew McCoy as the Company’s new Director of Strategic Accounts. Mr. McCoy is a 25+ year veteran in the security industry, where he has developed and refined his skills with companies such as ADT/Tyco, Convergint and most recently with Avigilon

“Matt has been a pioneer in identifying and aligning clients’ emerging technology needs with products and services,” said Carole Dougan, Vice President of North America Sales, Arecont Vision. “His expertise in this area will be a great asset both to our customers and to Arecont Vision as we intensify our focus on raising the standard of IP video surveillance with megapixel camera technology.”

As Director of Strategic Accounts, Mr. McCoy will be responsible for driving sales at Arecont Vision’s select national systems integrators. His strong relationship building skills and ability to plan and conduct sales initiatives will help him to take advantage of opportunities and to expand sales of the company’s industry leading megapixel camera technology.

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