|Matthew and Usmon will be managing the product lines of Dedicated Micros
Usmon Khadim, holds a masters in Management Information Systems: Change and Development from the University of Manchester, joins Matthew Flaherty an Operations Management graduate from Lancaster University.
Usmon and Matthew will initially help support a number of product management programmes as part of their training and development. The roles will grow to manage the complete product life cycle and ensure AD Group continues to realign and re-position its differentiated product and technology solutions with its target market sectors and sales channels. AD Group, which innovates, develops and markets surveillance monitoring solutions, is aiming to nurture a new generation of talented professionals across departments as well as continue to develop in-house and hire experienced professionals.
The company offers a range of high-end surveillance monitoring solutions which are taken to market through its consultative selling arm AD Network Video.
The businesses and brands within the group include premium remote monitoring service RemGuard, safety and security for aircraft business AD Aerospace, DVRs and cameras for arduous environments TransVu and TSS, which offers integrated vehicle surveillance solutions for logistics and emergency services.
AD Group has developed an innovative fire detection solution for high value assets using flame and Visual Smoke Detection technology, FireVu, which is used in more than 200 locations worldwide.
Matthew and Usmon will also be managing the product lines of Dedicated Micros whose products include secure IP camera and recording equipment.
Pauline Norstrom, chief operating officer for AD Group, comments: “The appointment of Usmon and Matthew shows our commitment to changing and developing our organisation to align with our diversification strategy. A strategy which is designed to ensure that AD Group's innovative and differentiated video technology reaches our target customers in the high risk market sectors through our new sales channels.”