Peabody, MA March 19, 2009 - AES-IntelliNet announced today that Jerry Phillips has joined their sales team managing the South Central USA Region. Based in Memphis, Tennessee, Jerry's territory will include Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Missouri, Arkansas, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, North and South Carolina, Florida, and Georgia. In this capacity, Jerry will be responsible for reaching out to existing customers and developing new business within the region.
Jerry's background includes 20 years experience in the security industry for companies including Wheelock, Inc., GE Interlogic, Murphy and Cota where he was consistently credited with increasing sales and recruiting new business. "My background and twenty years experience in the security industry, allows me to say how honored I am to promote AES-IntelliNet long-range wireless mesh alarm communications systems and all of AES's fine products to the South Central USA. I will be delivering the value added benefits of owning your own proprietary alarm communications system to my territory," said Jerry.
The South Central Region of the US is a fast growing market for AES-IntelliNet's long-range wireless mesh alarm communications system. "Since our MultiNet Alarm Communication system earned its UL 864, Edition 9 listing and NFPA-72 compliance, we have experienced tremendous growth in the region. As the demand has grown, so has our need to provide local service and account management. Jerry will be the one to make sure our customers' needs are met while developing new business opportunities. We are delighted he has agreed to join our team," says Tom Kenty General Manager of AES-IntelliNet Alarm Division.
The AES-IntelliNet's MultiNet alarm communications system is a self healing, long-range wireless mesh radio communication network and works in conjunction with the Internet to provide customers the ability to monitor alarms in multiple regions from one location, without recurring monthly communications costs or infrastructure fees typically associated with remote monitoring. The AES-MultiNet mesh network also offers a more reliable, faster means of communicating alarm signals to central monitoring stations without relying on telephone lines or cellular services that are vulnerable to line cuts, weather conditions, radio jamming, and recurring monthly costs.
Jerry Phillips will be attending and meeting with those in his region at ISC West in Las Vegas representing AES-IntelliNet at booth #4051/4053. To contact him and let him know you will be visiting the booth, please send him an email: firstname.lastname@example.org