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Gaul joins Vanderbilt after a 10-year run as Regional Manager for the Integrated Security Solutions Group at ASSA ABLOY
Gaul will be responsible for supporting Vanderbilt’s security integration partners and end users in the Midwest

Vanderbilt, a global leader in the delivery of innovative, highly reliable technologies that help organisations ensure safety and security, recently announced the addition of Stephen Gaul as the new Midwest Regional Sales Manager.  

Supporting end-users and integration partners:

Gaul has more than 30 years of physical security and low voltage experience, bringing a diverse background to Vanderbilt. He has 18 years of system integrator experience, specifically in access control, video surveillance, intrusion and fire alarm sales and design. In his role as Midwest Regional Sales Manager for Vanderbilt, Gaul will be responsible for supporting Vanderbilt’s security integration partners and end users in the Midwest, as well as cultivating new reseller relationships.

“I am excited to join the Vanderbilt team and look forward to helping build our sales in the growing Midwest region,” Gaul said. “I look forward to being a part of the dynamic Vanderbilt organisation, and building new levels of sales success by leveraging my physical security and low voltage experience.” 

Previous role:

Gaul joins Vanderbilt after a 10-year run as Regional Manager for the Integrated Security Solutions Group at ASSA ABLOY. He has extensive experience interfacing with security integrators, creating user demand, and working with security consultants and the engineering community. He holds an MBA from Concordia University, and a Certified Security Professional (PSP) from ASIS International.

“As Vanderbilt builds upon its leadership in access control and beyond, we look to add key members to our leadership team that will help drive continued success,” said Mitchell Kane, President, Vanderbilt. “Stephen’s broad knowledge of the security market will help establish Vanderbilt’s leadership across multiple product segments and has the ability to build rapport within key partners in the Midwest region.”

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