CNL to open US facility

Security management software provider CNL announced Thursday that it’s planning to open a facility in the U.S. to help provide sales and support for its popular Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software IPSecurityCenter.

To help lead the new U.S. office, CNL has tapped former Integral Technologies President and CEO Matthew Kushner to be president of the Americas and another former Integral executive, Jeff DeCocq, as sales engineering manager.

“We have been engaged with a number of Fortune 500 enterprises interested in the unique capabilities of our software, and need to be able to support them with world class local resources. We are pleased, therefore, to announce these appointments as both are well known in the security industry for their highly relevant solutions expertise,” CNL CEO Keith Bloodworth said of the two appointments.

 

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