Lisa Anne will report to Director of Business Development, Sarah James
Lisa Anne will overlook relationships with industry consultants and engineers to identify new business

Continuing with AMAG Technology’s restructuring and expansion initiative to provide increased support to its engineer and consultant customer base, the company welcomes Lisa Anne Grossman to the Business Development team. Based in California, Lisa Anne is the new Western Region Business Development Manager. Her core objectives are to develop relationships with industry consultants and engineers to identify new business and provide exceptional customer service to all stakeholders. She reports to Director of Business Development, Sarah James. AMAG Technology is a security management solution provider that specialises in unified access control, IP video and intrusion management solutions for the commercial and government markets.

“We are excited to add Lisa Anne to the Business Development team and offer additional support for our consultants and engineers in the western part of the US,” said AMAG Technology, Director of Business Development, Sarah James. “Her industry experience will allow her to hit the ground running, and our customers will benefit from her insight.”

Lisa Anne brings a wealth of industry knowledge to AMAG.  She was previously employed as a regional sales manager at Axis Communications, Inc. for over seven years where she worked closely with the healthcare, education, retail and government vertical markets and beat quota year after year.  She was also employed at Siemens Building Technologies, Inc., Universal Surveillance and Sensormatic/Tyco totalling 17 years in the security industry.

“The Symmetry product line has made a profound impact on the market the past few years, and I am looking forward to learning more, working with the consultant community and offering this fantastic solution to our customers,” said AMAG Technology, Business Development Manager, Lisa Anne Grossman.

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