Published on 18 October, 2013
|Tynan is an experienced leader who has held multiple domestic and international leadership roles
MicroPower Technologies, Inc., an award-winning provider of surveillance solutions optimised for rapid, cost-effective deployment, announces the appointment of Dave Tynan as Vice President of Global Marketing and Business Development. Tynan is an experienced leader who has held multiple domestic and international leadership roles in sales, marketing, business development and product management. He will oversee and manage the company’s worldwide marketing and business development strategies.
“Dave is a seasoned security industry veteran with impressive leadership experience in driving companies into the next stages of growth,” said Aaron Tankersley, CEO, MicroPower Technologies. “His proven track record developing rapid growth at the early stages of a new company will enable MicroPower to expand our business strategies while extending relationships with existing customers.”
Tynan contributes more than 10 years of surveillance industry experience and his executive career has involved working for both private and public entities including Avigilon, GE Security and Verint Video Solutions. As Vice President of Global Sales and Marketing at Avigilon, Tynan led growth of a product line from negligible revenue to a $40-million global business in two years. In this role, he was also charged with creating customer facing marketing initiatives and comprehensive sales strategies, including the company’s commercial introduction and global expansion. Tynan has also worked as a business leader for Fortune 50 companies, including 3M where he led an Asia-Pacific initiative that grew revenue 25 percent year-on-year. For this significant achievement, he was recognised with 3M's Sales and Marketing Professionalism Global Award. Tynan is a frequent speaker and a trusted source to industry and mainstream publications.
“MicroPower Technologies has a compelling technology offering that contributes a missing piece to the video surveillance puzzle by enabling flexible and cost-effective expansion of video coverage to areas outside the reach of existing network and power infrastructures,” said Tynan. “Our recent investments in personnel and technology innovation will allow us to better serve our customers, deliver greater value and flexibility to our partners, and accelerate our growth in the years ahead.”
Tynan’s appointment follows a successful year for MicroPower Technologies in which the company achieved a 15x increase in revenue year over year. In response to market demand, the company plans to further enhance its suite of wireless video surveillance solutions with the delivery of ultra-low power options that extend the footprint of surveillance installations.