Vanderbilt Industries
Mabee joins Vanderbilt with more than 25 years in the security industry
Mabee brings valuable experience in building strategic relationships with valued partners

Vanderbilt, a provider of technologies that help organisations ensure safety and security, announced today that Mark Mabee has been named the company’s new Southeast Regional Sales Manager.

Security sales experience

Mabee joins Vanderbilt with more than 25 years in the security industry as a sales professional in enterprise security systems and applications, systems integration, digital video, access control and associated networking technologies and products. Mabee brings valuable experience in building strategic relationships with valued partners, and developing opportunities in existing and emerging markets.

Vanderbilt’s focus on the customer experience and on delivering the best possible security solutions to end users allows me to leverage my ability to nurture relationships and develop partnerships in targeted vertical markets,” Mabee said. “I look forward to sharing my knowledge of enterprise-level systems and the overall security industry as part of the Vanderbilt sales team.” 

Unique perspective

Before joining Vanderbilt, Mabee served as a Regional Sales Manager for Video Insight, where he was responsible for the channel management and business development within the central United States. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business management from Ripon College, and has served in the United States Army.

Mark offers a unique perspective to the Vanderbilt team, having served not only as a regional sales manager, but also as a consultant, director and business development manager for a broad range of technology providers,” said Eric Widlitz, Vice President, North America Sales, Vanderbilt. “Mark’s diverse experience strengthens the Vanderbilt sales team in North America, which allows us to serve our customers better and broaden the relationships with our channel partners through the development of innovative security solutions to end users.”

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