Paul Cohn joins Feenics

Jan. 19, 2017
Cohn to serve as company’s Western Regional Business Development Manager

Ottawa, Canada – January 18, 2017 – Feenics, Ottawa, Can., an industry leading provider of cloud-hosted access control and security management solutions, appointed Paul Cohn as Western Regional Business Development Manager. 

Cohn joins the rapidly expanding Feenics organization to focus on channel partnerships and developing relationships with end-users, consultants and other key stakeholders. He will cover Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Utah, Washington and Wyoming, reporting to Brian Matthews, Director of Sales.

Most recently, Cohn launched and managed the Physical Security Unit for a recognized value-added technology reseller providing managed IT services in cloud computing, networking security and functional mobility to the U.S. government and commercial markets.

A graduate of Metropolitan State University of Denver with a degree in Criminology, Cohn will be based in Colorado. He’s best known for his passion for technology – and a desire to deliver top-tier consultancy services in complex IT solutions.

“I’m extremely excited to join the Feenics team. My strength in IT and integrated security solutions will assimilate well into the BDM role and future goals of the company,” Cohn said.

“The physical security industry is experiencing radical change,” he continued. “The digitization of physical security is becoming much more of an IT concern than ever before. Accordingly, Feenics is changing the landscape of access control to adapt and embrace true cloud technology. With a deep understanding of networking, the internet of Things (IoT) and cloud technology, I’m confident I’ll be able to message the true value of Keep by Feenics™ to the integrator and end-user community with confidence and meaning -- hopefully leading to new clientele, relationships and business!”

Brian Matthews, Director of Sales, said Cohn’s experience in the value-added reseller channel and in cloud-computing IT services will be critical in the growth of the Keep Access Control as a Service (ACaaS) subscription model.

“Paul will be consulting with the end-user community on the intrinsic value of cloud computing, such as lower total cost of ownership, greater system flexibility and cybersecurity protection. I’m confident that Paul’s energy and experience with integrated physical security and IT solutions will position him to help grow the Feenics brand and better serve our partners in the region. We’re looking forward to his expertise in identifying and seizing new access control opportunities,” Matthews said.

Feenics has been on a phenomenal growth track, adding team members and recently expanding its headquarters. For more information, contact Feenics today at (855) 333-6427.

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