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Surveillance software developer, CNL, hires IT industry professional Greg Knight as CTO

Published on 11 August, 2010

Surveillance software specialist, CNL, appoints Greg Knight as CTO
Greg draws on his 20 years of executive & leadership experience within the software industry
CNL, a world leader in Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, is pleased to announce the appointment of Greg Knight as CTO. Greg is a well respected name in the global IT industry, with over twenty years of senior management experience in a range of global enterprises. His primary responsibility is for the CNL technology groups, including development, professional services, customer support & training.

Greg draws on his 20 years of executive & leadership experience within the software industry, including IBM, Pearson and others, in Europe as well as North America. His roles have included Chief Technology Officer, Vice President of Engineering and Executive Director of Software Engineering. He brings a successful track record of ground-breaking technical innovation balanced with market awareness & business skills, resulting in significantly increased annual revenues.

Keith Bloodworth, CEO at CNL, commented: "This recently created role within CNL is part of our continued process of building a world class team at CNL to reflect both the software we are creating, our customers and the projects they are being awarded. PSIM is now recognised as a game changing product within corporate security, critical infrastructure protection and Homeland Defence. It was therefore essential that we recruited a highly experienced CTO with a genuine pedigree in large scale, complex and mission critical systems."

"With the company now in fast growth, we appreciate the knowledge and relevant skills Greg brings to the company. It is an exciting time in our history and we are all looking forward to working with him."

In addition to his development and professional services experience, Greg has been awarded many patents for his work, is a Fellow of the British Computer Society, a Chartered Engineer, and holds an honours degree in Computer Science & Physics.

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