Vector Flow announces two new hires to support the company’s rapid growth and expanding sales activities.
Mr. Kyle Elliott will oversee global sales and business development as Vice President of Sales, and Mr. Jerry Kane has been appointed Director of Sales, responsible for the company’s sales channel partner strategy and revenue growth.
“Vector Flow is delighted to add these seasoned sales professionals to our growing team,” said Ajay Jain, Founder and CEO of Vector Flow.
“Kyle and Jerry’s familiarity with enterprise identity, access and other physical security system technologies, and their longstanding challenges, provides the ideal foundation to support and leverage Vector Flow’s data-driven physical security platform and solutions.”
Previously, Kyle Elliott was Vice President of HID’s Identity and Access Management Workforce solutions sales organization where he helped drive the organization’s rapid increase in market share and revenue by expanding the North American and international sales team and channel partners.
Prior to HID, Kyle was North American Director of Sales with Vidsys, an SOC PSIM solutions provider. Kyle holds a BA from the University of Southern California as well as certificates from many advanced sales strategy and training accreditation programs.
Prior to joining Vector Flow, Jerry Kane was the Senior Sales Director at Vidsys, Inc., a provider of converged security and information management solutions, where he was responsible for the company’s channel and partner program in North America.
Prior to Vidsys, Jerry was part of several successful startup companies including, MuleSoft, Vistascape (SIEMENS), and TIBCO software, and has over 20+ years of experience in the software industry and 15+ years in the physical security space. He holds a BA from the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth, as well as many Computer Science certificates and accreditations.
Vector Flow’s innovative Data-Driven Physical Security Platform is built on a foundation of advanced AI algorithms capable of processing and analyzing vast amounts of data from otherwise disparate security systems, data stores and input devices.Source: vectorflow.com