The Continental Access Division of Napco Security Technologies, hires new Western Regional Sales Manager, George Zamora, reporting to Ron Kandcer, Director of Sales. Zamora comes to Continental Access with a successful career of over 20 years in all aspects of integrated systems, access control, video & security, and some of the industry’s largest companies. Developing integrator relationship Based in the Greater Los Angeles area, Zamora will use his expertise developing integrator relationships and building their businesses, and also working with A & E firms, in specing Continental equipment, providing sales- and systems design-support, product introductions and training, in the western territory, i.e., Arizona, California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Western Canada, Hawaii, Alaska. Zamora has an MBA from Pepperdine University, an M.S. from California Lutheran University, and holds a long list of security technology certifications. Kandcer said, “We’re happy to welcome George to the team, he’s joining the organisation at a particularly exciting time, with the recent launch of high-anticipated CA4K Enterprise Access Control & Security Management Platform and the powerful, new labour-saving uniVerse POE Single-Door Controller.”
Kandcer will coordinate the efforts of its US regional sales managers and training programme nationwide The Continental Access Division of Napco Security Technologies, Inc., has announced the recent appointment of Ron Kandcer, as Director of Sales, reporting to Scott Schramme, Continental’s VP, Sales. Kandcer comes to Continental Access with a successful career spanning over 2 decades in the access control and security industry, including sales management roles at Allegion®, Matrix Systems® and UTC® Fire & Security. Kandcer will lead Continental’s sales force and coordinate the efforts of its US regional sales managers and training program nationwide. This newly-created position will be especially key, as the Division prepares to launch its high-anticipated CA4K™ Enterprise Access Control & Security Management Platform, rolling out later this year, featuring an all new UI, more hosted services; more integration options, i.e., VMS, intercom, biometric and building services; plus, comprehensive web client and distributed & local database management. Based in Colorado, Ron is also a veteran of the US Army where he held multiple positions including M1A1 tank gunner and was responsible for overseeing classified documents handling, intelligence assessments and was assigned to an anti-terrorism task force during the first Gulf War. Ron Kandcer can be contacted via email firstname.lastname@example.org or cell 631.553.0587, or stop by and see him at Napco Security Technologies’ ASIS Booth 3500 September 12th through 14th in Orlando, FL.
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