Dedicated Micros Announces Additional Sales Force

Nov. 19, 2007
The company has realigned its sales force to address the evolving geographical needs of its customers.

Chantilly, VA, November 19— Dedicated Micros Inc., a provider of digital and network video surveillance solutions that is part of AD Group, announced that it has realigned its sales force to address the evolving geographical needs of its customers.

Don Macpherson has been promoted to director national sales and will report to John Bonsee, senior vice president of business development and sales. James Somerville has been promoted to director of vertical market sales, which includes strategic accounts. Somerville will report to Bonsee as well. Stephen Adamczak has been promoted and will serve as national sales manager. Elliott Bean, a new hire, will address the company’s increasing distribution channels. Both Adamczak and Bean will report to Macpherson. To further strengthen its sales force, Thomas Melillo has been hired as a regional sales manager for the Northeast and will report to Adamczak.

“I am very pleased with the strategic realignment of the sales force,” said Bonsee. “It will further enable us to sharpen our focus on key vertical markets and improve our geographical coverage to deliver the superior customer service that has always been synonymous with Dedicated Micros.”

About Dedicated Micros Dedicated Micros Inc., which supports North and South America, is a wholly owned subsidiary of the UK-based AD Holdings PLC. The company, which is over 25 years old, pioneered multiplexing and digital video technology. Today, Dedicated Micros Inc. is a world leader in the video surveillance industry. Our solution provides robust, dedicated, user-friendly camera, storage and software technology. For more information, visit the Dedicated Micros website at

About AD Group AD Group was established in 1997, its primary objective being to create and bring to market leading edge CCTV solutions. The pioneering nature of the Group’s products, with the emphasis very much on R&D, has undoubtedly been a critical element in AD’s success to date. In 2001 Dedicated Micros became an integral part of AD Group. Since that time all AD companies have been able to take advantage of a shared technology base, offering the potential for flexible CCTV solutions on the ground, in the air and on the move. Members of AD Group include: AD Aerospace, AD Aviation, AD Network Video, ChipWrights, Dennard, Dedicated Micros, D-Tec, ISD, RemGuard, TSS and TES. More information on AD is available at

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