Joe Liguori has been elected president of Security-Net's board of directors.
Security-Net, a network of independent system integration companies, announced on Tuesday that Access Control Technologies Executive Vice President Joe Liguori has been elected president of its board of directors.
According to a statement, Liguori will succeed Tom Asp, president and CEO of VTI Security, who has been the president of Security-Net since 2009.
Others elected to the organization’s board include:
- Vice President; Jim Coleman, president of Operational Security Systems, Inc.
- Secretary; Paul Janik, president of MidCo Inc.
- Treasurer; Skip Sampson, vice president of Koorsen Security Technology
Security-Net holds its election of officers every two years. The group’s membership is current compromised of 19 independent system integrators in North American and four internationally.
"As the new president of the Security-Net Board of Directors, my priorities will be to strengthen our national account relationships with vendors," said Liguori. "I also look forward to supporting Security-Net’s growth on the national level, where we are currently providing systems integration services to a number of large corporations, financial institutions and Fortune 500 companies."