ISONAS, a Pure IP access control system manufacturer, has announced that the company has expanded its team and added three new hires to its roster. ISONAS continues to foster a customer-centric philosophy throughout the company and created a new Account Executive and Senior Java Engineer positions to focus on deepening customer interaction and product development efforts.

Driving feature and function

Olivia Peralta was recently hired as an inside sales Account Executive responsible to create personal relationships with integrators, distributors and end users in the eastern territory. In addition, Olivia will work on the ISONAS lead generation front and build customer relationships through interactive communication, and provide ongoing solutions to ISONAS customers. Olivia comes with an open mind and great sense of determination to bring futureproof solutions to customers.

With the overwhelming success of Pure Access, ISONAS’s cloud-based software, the necessity to continue to drive feature and function was imminent. Ben Gemperline joins the ISONAS Pure Access development team as a new Senior Java Engineer and will be responsible for back-end application support and scale the Pure Access system to the next level.

ISONAS will continue to expand and deliver the simplest and most flexible solutions in the access control market

Next generation of IoT products

Ben comes with a vast knowledge of SaaS architecture and brings an incredible level of expertise to the ISONAS team. He will be an integral part of the ISONAS engineering team in developing the company’s next generation of IoT products and providing a performant application for ISONAS customers.

“These additional ISONAS team members bring great expertise and an entrepreneurial spirit that matches our fast-moving culture and allow us to expand our application and customer interactions,” states Rob Mossman, CEO at ISONAS. “We continue to invest our resources in our people and build a team that is second to none and pushes the Pure IP Revolution to the next level.”

Growing sales on the West coast

On a sales front, ISONAS hired a new Regional Sales Manager on the west coast, Brian Koeck. Brian will be responsible for growing sales on the west coast in states west of the Mississippi River and will be working closely with ISONAS partners and customers. ISONAS has built long-term relationships with a team of certified integrators, distributors and manufacturer rep firms that Brian will be fostering and continuing to grow business in the western territory. He will also interact with the ISONAS inside sales and operations team to ensure that customers continue to have their expectations exceeded by ISONAS.

ISONAS has a culture of quick witted-entrepreneurs that move quickly and are fully focused on their customer. This culture drives their product development and customer interaction and this philosophy is clearly seen in their powerful cloud-based software solution, Pure Access, and the next evolution in IP access control hardware with the RC-04. With the right team in place, ISONAS will continue to expand and deliver the simplest and most flexible solutions in the access control market and take Pure IP access control to the next level.

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