Jeremy Morton appointed as Director of Sales, CNL Americas

CNL - Jeremy Morton
CNL - Jeremy Morton

CNL - Jeremy Morton

CNL Software is pleased to announce the recent appointment of Jeremy Morton as the Director of Sales for CNL Americas. Morton brings 8+ years of experience in channel development, product management and sales leadership. He will oversee the US sales operation of CNL.

Morton says, “CNL is uniquely positioned to solve complex business problems with a leading technology platform and top-notch people. I’m excited to be on this team and I look forward to continuing the rapid growth and success of CNL in the Americas.”

Morton joins CNL Software with both a Bachelor’s of Science in Industrial Engineering Technology and a Master’s of Science in Biometric Technology from Purdue University, Indiana. He has most recently worked as General Manager, OEM and Strategic Accounts for Ingersoll Rand since 2008. He has several years of previous experience in the security industry with positions at Schneider Electric and Verizon Business.

Matt Kushner, President, CNL Americas says, “As Director of Sales, CNL Americas, Jeremy is an outstanding addition to the CNL Team. His technical background and previous work experience in solutions sales, coupled with his excellent customer skills and work ethic make him the ideal choice to lead our US sales efforts.”

About CNL Software
CNL Software is a world leader in Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software. Its award winning technology is deployed to secure cities, critical resources and global commerce. CNL’s software sits at the heart of some of the largest, most complex and ground-breaking security integration and business value initiatives in the world. Its work with leading organisations is helping to shape the future of security by offering thought leadership on key issues such as energy reduction, process compliance and business advantage in converged environments.

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