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Xentry strengthens health care vertical arsenal

Integrator looks for growth by tying health care technology sales into security technology sales
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09/17/2014

COLUMBUS, Ohio—With newly built sales, delivery and service teams on staff and a renewed partnership with healthcare technology provider Ascom, systems integrator Xentry is ready to expand its health care sector customer base.

Nemerofsky named CEO of Xentry Systems Integration

Acquisitions are in the pipeline
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06/11/2014

COLUMBUS, Ohio—Xentry Systems Integration, which was formed in January, today announced the appointment of John Nemerofsky as president and CEO.

Leadership change at Stanley

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Wednesday, October 2, 2013

In the second leadership change at Stanley CSS in 16 months, Marty Schnurr—who was named president of Stanley CSS North America in May 2012—has moved to a new non-security role at Stanley Black & Decker.

Brett Bontrager is acting head of Stanley CSS, along with running Stanley Security Solutions, according to John Nemerofsky, Stanley VP Global Vertical Market Solutions.

Asked about the leadership change, Nemerofsky told me that Bontrager is expected to stay in a dual role for “four to six months” until a new CSS president is named.

Asked details about a search for a new president Nemorofsky said “no search was taking place.”

An internal candidate will be announced within that time frame, he said.  

Schnurr’s reappointment was announced in an internal memo in at the beginning of the September.

Schnurr replaced Tony Byerly as president of CSS. Although he had worked with Stanley for 16 years, Schnurr had not worked in the physical security industry before being named president of Stanley CSS. He was president of Stanely Hydraulic Tools at the time of that appointment.

 

Banks are a key vertical and video surveillance is central to solution

Regulatory compliance a top concern, use of analytics on the rise
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01/02/2013

Several national security providers—among them Diebold, Stanley Security Solutions and Protection 1—said they would be focusing on the financial and banking vertical market in 2013.