SureView Systems appoints new manager of central station strategic accounts

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SureView Systems, an industry-leading provider of command-and-control software for enterprise and central station environments, announced today the appointment of Scott Harrington as Manager, Strategic Accounts for the Central Station (CS) division. In this position, Harrington will support SureView’s current and future clients in growing their service offerings and RMR by assisting in sales and training.

Harrington brings more than 25 years of executive-level experience and leadership in sales, remote guarding services, and private security contracting, both domestic and overseas, to SureView Systems. Additionally, Harrington has an extensive public service background, acquiring his skill set over the years as a firefighter, SWAT officer, and from serving in the United States Marine Corps.

“SureView Systems is uniquely positioned to take advantage of growth opportunities in the central station market,” Harrington said. “I look forward to leading activities to drive sales, profits and market share of the company’s Immix CS software platform while driving new capabilities and resources for our customers.”

Harrington comes to SureView from DTT Surveillance, where he drove business development and loss prevention solutions for large restaurant corporations as a National Account Executive. Previously, Harrington held the role of Sales Consultant at Sonitrol Security, where he was responsible for managing business-to-business and customer relations with a focus in access control, fire and video surveillance.

“As SureView seeks to expand its client services and business operations, Scott will be instrumental in the development and growth of the support we offer,” said Chris Brown, Director of Central Stations, SureView Systems. “Scott’s video-as-a-service background, combined with his understanding of police and guard services, enables him to support our clients as they look to SureView’s Immix software platform to consolidate activities throughout the central station environment.”


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