Previously, Christie held senior level sales roles at Brivo, Integral Technologies, and VideoIQ
Christie will oversee the Company’s sales and marketing operations on a global scale

3xLOGIC, Inc., a leading provider of IP megapixel cameras, advanced video analytics and video business intelligence, announced recently the appointment of Christie Walters-Hebert as Vice President, Sales and Marketing. Reporting directly to Matthew Kushner, CEO, Christie will oversee the Company’s sales and marketing operations on a global scale.

“With the astonishing growth we’ve experienced from some of our key national accounts, like PSA and Sonitrol, we have been actively searching to add talent to help us better address this momentum” states Matthew Kushner, 3xLOGIC’s CEO. “Christie’s strong pedigree and success in video security and IP camera sales represent the perfect combination as we look to expand our domestic and international presence.”

Demand for 3xLOGIC’s innovation has never been higher. In fact, with the release of VIGIL Trends, the Company’s Video Business Intelligence solution, several large contracts have been secured, the most recent being a 1,500 site deployment. With the proliferation of data being generated through sensors, cameras, time/attendance systems, access control devices, alarms and point of sale terminals, demand for an efficient and effective way to distill this disparate data into actionable information will continue to serve as a catalyst for the Company’s success.

“Timing is everything,” emphasises Christie Walters-Hebert. “3xLOGIC is a company poised to truly change the landscape of the industry. Being in a position to help drive sales and marketing efforts with such a dynamic organisation, having so much growth potential, is an incredible opportunity. I am very proud to be a part of this team.”

Walters-Hebert brings more than 20 years of experience in the security industry having held senior level sales roles at Brivo, Integral Technologies, and VideoIQ. Immediately prior to 3xLOGIC, Christie served as Director of Strategic Accounts for Arecont Vision.

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