DENVER -- BSI2000, Inc., a developer of high-end security systems for commercial and governmental use, announced today the appointment of Rick Koeller as senior sales executive. He will report to Carl Sharp, BSI2000 vice president of sales.
Jack Harper, CEO of BSI2000, said, "Rick is an expert in selling MAXX-NET(TM), the access control system product that we recently acquired. We expect that he will hit the ground running to take the product, integrated with our biometric, super-secure cards, encryption and other enhancements, to new heights of success in the high-end security market. I am delighted to have a sales executive with Rick's background and specific experience on board."
Before joining BSI2000, Koeller was a sales account executive for Dorado Products of Broomfield, Colo., the former owner of MAXX-NET. He was an integral part of the Dorado Products team that led to MAXX-NET sales at Walker Field in Grand Junction, Poudre Fire Department in Fort Collins and Casper Airport in Wyoming. He was also a sales executive for Pinkerton Systems Integration in Denver and Inovonics 900 MHz Wireless in Boulder, Colo. Koeller graduated from Colorado State University with a Bachelor of Science in Social Sciences.
Koeller said, "It's great to be on board with the MAXX-NET (Securus2000) product. This is an important addition to BSI2000's superior product line. I believe that MAXX-NET has great potential in the high-security industry."