Published on 17 Aug 2012
|Sagy Amit, Jicko Chetrit and Dan McGinely bring together a weatlth of industry experience to DVTEL team
DVTEL, Inc., the IP video surveillance technology innovator, recently announced that it has hired three new business executives to strengthen its sales, marketing, and R&D teams to continue to drive growth. These seasoned business professionals bring a wealth of industry experience to the DVTEL team, with more than 50 years of combined experience.
Sagy Amit has been appointed Sales and Business Development Manager for Video Analytics. Amit will be responsible for developing and growing DVTEL’s video analytics presence and accounts. Amit has more than 20 years of experience in the security industry developing strong partnerships with leading systems integrators. He most recently served in a senior role with VideoIQ and previously spent a five--year stint with ioimage, a company DVTEL acquired in 2010.
Jicko Chetrit joins DVTEL from Xvionics, where for seven years he served as Vice President, Research and Development. He will serve as the Applications and Integration Centre’s Chief Architect and Marketing Champion, utilising his 15 years of project management experience to design applications and integration solutions with customers, spearhead the company’s Application and Integration marketing efforts and promote sales.
Dan McGinley, DVTEL’s new Edge Device Product Champion, brings more than 25 years of experience as a market builder in IPvideo and the security environment in companies such as Sony, Panasonic andi3DVR, among others. McGinley will operate out of the Ridgefield Park office and will work hand--in--hand with the Edge Device Research and Development team.
“We are excited to welcome Sagy, Jicko and Dan. They are all very valuable additions to our team and expect them to help us continue to drive DVTEL to new heights as a technology leader in the surveillance industry,” said Yoav Stern, President and CEO, DVTEL. “We are focused on outpacing industry growth and are confident these new personnel additions will help us succeed.”