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ZeroEyes launches Channel Partner Program

ZeroEyes launches Channel Partner Program

PHILADELPHIA – -ZeroEyes has announced the formation of its Channel Partner Program (CPP), aimed at expanding the national presence of its AI-based gun detection and intelligent situational awareness platform.

The company stated that It will be led by VP of Partnerships Claude Haskins, as well as the Director of Partnerships Chad Spiller, and newly appointed VP of Channel Partnerships Darren Crawford. According to ZeroEyes the CPP encompasses referral, reseller, co-selling, and product development partnerships, and creates the opportunity for close collaboration with leading innovators in the security technology industry.

“This program will play a crucial role in facilitating enduring partnerships for ZeroEyes,” said Mike Lahiff, CEO and co-founder of ZeroEyes. “While every company seeks growth, our commitment goes beyond mere expansion; we are prioritizing a culture fit and nurturing of each relationship with utmost care. We have assembled a stellar team to drive this effort, and I look forward to their success.”

Darren Crawford previously served as the North American sales leader for Seneca. In his new role, he will help the security integrator (SI) community better understand gun-related threats and offer practical and proactive solutions. Crawford is an Air Force veteran with over 30 years of sales experience, holds a certification for the NFPA 3000, Standard for Active Shooter/Hostile Event Response (ASHER) Program, is Nicet Level IV certified in Fire Alarms, and holds his Physical Security Professional (PSP) certification with ASIS.

"I have two daughters who went through the American school system, and I was always very concerned about their safety on campus,” said Crawford. “ZeroEyes is providing much-needed peace of mind, and it's a captivating narrative. I find it truly exciting and am thrilled to be joining the team.”

CPP is set to offer members a high level of product training, customization, pre-and post-sales support, and incentivized pricing. Existing partnerships include AEGIX, United Safety & Survivability Corporation, CrisisGo, and AWS.

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