Published on 21 September, 2012
|Steven Rosenbloom to serve as Business Development Manager for the Southwest region
MOBOTIX Corp., an industry-leading provider of high-resolution, network-based surveillance systems, recently announced that it has expanded its sales force and realigned its sales structure in response to increased demand for its megapixel surveillance solutions. The company appointed a new business development manager and two new inside sales managers while redistributing current personnel in response to growing business opportunities throughout the Americas.
Steven Rosenbloom will serve as Business Development Manager for the Southwest region. Rosenbloom is a seasoned security professional and law enforcement veteran with proven sales experience with various industry vendors. Most recently, he served as a regional security sales manager for Samsung Techwin. Rosenbloom retired from the San Diego Police Department in 2010, where he held multiple positions throughout his 20-year law enforcement career and implemented the city’s first police-operated public surveillance system.
MOBOTIX appointed veteran Business Development Manager Hunter Fort to Texas to serve as the BDM in the Mid-South region, and Cody Flood has been promoted to Business Development Manager for the Northeast. Fort previously served as the Business Development Manager for the Western United States and Canada, and Flood served as Inside Sales Manager. Heidi Barnum, who also previously served as Inside Sales Manager, has been promoted to Channel Manager, Americas. MOBOTIX also added two new inside sales managers, Rob Millar and Presley Di-Vanna.
“MOBOTIX has experienced rapid growth throughout the Americas market as the industry continues to embrace our high-resolution surveillance solutions and decentralised concept,” said Steve Gorski, General Manager, Americas, MOBOTIX. “We have invested in a number of impressive personnel acquisitions that will help us shoulder the increased workload and continue to drive MOBOTIX as a market leader.”