Genetec grows presence in APAC and ANZ with strategic partnership

Genetec grows presence in APAC and ANZ with strategic partnership
Genetec, a provider of open architecture security and public safety solutions announced new appointments to its growing Asia/Pacific (APAC) and Australia /New Zealand (ANZ) regions. Mr. Philippe Ouimette is taking an expanded role as Director of Strategic Partnerships, and Mr. Tiago Ferreira joins Genetec as Business Development Manager in ANZ. With these two new appointments in APAC and ANZ, Genetec is addressing the growing demand for its open-architecture, unified physical IP security solutions.

After serving as country manager for the ANZ /Oceania region, Philippe Ouimette is taking on broader responsibilities to develop and lead new strategic commercial ventures in APAC. Mr. Ouimette will oversee new business alliances and technology partnerships across all APAC regions, and other parts of the world, to expand the Genetec vision of delivering enterprise-grade unified security solutions.

Mr. Tiago Ferreira joins Genetec in the ANZ region bringing 18 years of extensive operational experience from working in law enforcement at both national and international levels. Mr. Ferreira has years of experience in coordinating a ‘whole-of-government' approach in leading investigations related to human trafficking, cybercrimes, child protection, counter terrorism, Interpol and community crime prevention. In his role, Mr. Ferreira is working closely with ANZ municipalities and government organizations to cultivate and win strategic accounts, help guide integrators and end-users to build a world-class unified security system, and grow partner relationships in ANZ.

“We are experiencing aggressive growth in the APAC region, and by expanding regional strategic partnership responsibilities for Philippe Ouimette and adding Tiago Ferreira as business development manager to our ANZ region, we are well aligned to address and cultivate market demands for growth and penetration in APAC,” said Daniel Lee, Managing Director for APAC.


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