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SDI redesigns sales effort

October 23, 2013Martha Entwistle

CHICAGO—With two major acquisitions closed in the past several months, SDI has grown rapidly and is now turning its attention to its sales organization. It announced Oct. 17 that it has hired former Jeremy Howard, a former Avigilon VP, to set up a national vertically focused sales effort.“We have a nice footprint around the country. It's time for us to up the game,” Brian Diver, president and COO for SDI, told Security Systems News.“I'm thrilled to have Jeremy on board,”...

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Avigilon wants to grow to $500m in revenue by 2016

November 14, 2012Martha Entwistle

VANCOUVER—One year after its November 2011 IPO, high-definition surveillance solution provider Avigilon is enjoying a high profile, which CEO Alexander Fernandes said is aiding the company's growth initiatives going into 2013.Avigilon has had a good year. It raised $25 million in its 2011 IPO (all figures in this report are in Canadian dollars). The stock debuted at $4.50 and rose more than 90 percent in a year, making it, according to Bloomberg, the “best performing Canadian initial...

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Management changes at Avigilon

October 17, 2012Martha Entwistle

VANCOUVER—Avigilon, a rapidly growing provider of high-definition surveillance products, announced this week that COO Andrew Martz will resign at the end of the year. The COO position will be divided into two new roles: EVP of product development and EVP of global operations.Martz “looked after large parts of the company including HR, all operations, our state-of-the-art manufacturing in Canada [and other] facilities around the world, also R&D and the engineering center, [as well as]...

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