Hire signals company's commitment to education market
HID Global, the trusted leader in secure identity, has named Mark Doi director, business development, education market, supporting the company's recently launched HID Identity expertise group, reporting to Chris Sincock, vice president of HID Identity. In this newly created position, Mr Doi will be responsible for promoting the benefits of HID technology in the education market, especially at the university level. By working with HID Global customers across all distribution channels, Mr Doi will further the effective usage of HID technology to solve specific campus-related requirements.
Introduced in March at ISC West, HID Identity benefits end-users by providing solutions and expertise that streamline and simplify the issuance of multi-application credentials. The higher education market is the first market to truly embrace multi-application cards, using "student IDs" for everything from dormitory access and meal plans to library checkout and laundry operation. HID Global's iCLASS® technology is gaining rapid acceptance as a secure, extensible technology platform for university multi-application credentials.
"We are quite pleased to create this new position and fill it with such a respected veteran in the university marketplace," said Dennis Caulley, HID Global's vice president of HID Identity.
"Mark's direct experience with university end-users and his channel management experience with the large "one card" OEMs is a perfect combination to help universities reap the greatest benefit from HID technology."
"After working around the limitations of magnetic stripe cards for years, universities are now seeing the value of secure multi-application credentials," said Mark Doi, director, Business Development, Education Market, HID Global.
"I'm excited to help our education market customers solve their problems using HID technology."
Prior to joining HID Global, Doi was with Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies, where he was director, National Education Accounts. With over a decade servicing the university marketplace, Mark has also held sales and business development roles of increasing responsibility in the education market at Onity.