Avigilon Hires Honeywell Veteran to Meet Demand for HD

Ian McCorkindale joins team to meet growing demand for Avigilon's high definition surveillance solutions in the region

Avigilon appointed Ian McCorkindale as Director of Sales for Western Canada and the Pacific Northwest. McCorkindale will be responsible for sales activities required to support the needs of the region's expanding market.

McCorkindale joins Avigilon from Honeywell Security, where he was the leader of global strategic corporate accounts responsible for lead generation, training and system design for enterprise video surveillance systems. Prior to Honeywell Security, McCorkindale was the owner and operator of Securapro Services, an enterprise systems integrator. He has also held positions with Richardson Electronics, a distributor of security and surveillance solutions.

“Ian brings years of industry experience, technical knowledge, and proven success in increasing revenue growth in his areas of responsibilities to his new role at Avigilon,” said Dave Tynan, VP of Global Sales and Marketing at Avigilon. “Leveraging his expertise to further develop Avigilon's presence in the region, Ian will provide the strategic support required to meet the growing demand for our award winning HD and megapixel video surveillance systems.”

Based in Vancouver, McCorkindale will manage all sales activities pertaining to Western Canadian and Pacific Northwestern markets including British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Montana, Idaho and Wyoming. McCorkindale will manage customer, integrator and consultant relationships, provide technical expertise and support, as well as develop new business opportunities for the company.

 “With its singular focus on security and strong commitment to research and development, Avigilon has developed an end-to-end HD surveillance system that is unmatched in the industry,” McCorkindale said. “I look forward to being part of a progressive organization that is bringing the benefits of HD surveillance to end users around the world.”
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