Universal Surveillance Systems Names New National Account Managers
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. — Universal Surveillance Systems (USS), a provider of surveillance technology, has expanded its team by hiring three national account managers.
The new hires will work with loss prevention (LP) and security professionals in all industries to reduce theft and enhance facility protection through advanced technology solutions, including electronic article surveillance and CCTV products, systems and service.
Amanda Kirtlan has more than 10 years’ experience in management and customer service, where she solved customer needs, built ongoing customer relationships and implemented extensive customer satisfaction programs for a variety of clients in numerous industries. Kirtlan will be based in California.
Based in the Massachusetts office, Robyn Broderick brings national sales experience in a variety of industries where she successfully worked with large and small business to increase their sales and profitability including driving product development to meet client needs.
Nicole Finley’s background includes extensive experience in building relationships with Fortune 500 companies in business-to-business environments. Based in Texas, Finley’s numerous years of technical product and service sales will assist USS clients in assuring optimum solutions to their LP challenges.
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