Brinks Home Appoints Mike Hackett Senior VP of Enterprise Business Development

Brinks Home Security bolsters its leadership team with key hire to drive enterprise partnerships and innovation.

DALLAS – Home security and alarm monitoring company Brinks Home has hired sales veteran Mike Hackett as its senior vice president of enterprise business development, according to a company announcement.

“With a proven track record of driving growth and establishing successful partnerships throughout his more than 25 years of sales and marketing experience, Hackett is set to play a pivotal role in advancing Brinks Home’s strategic initiatives,” the announcement says.

In his new role, Hackett “will oversee the overall strategic direction of Brinks Home’s business development and enterprise partnerships efforts,” according to the announcement.

“We are thrilled to welcome Mike to our team,” says William Niles, CEO of Brinks Home, in the company announcement. “Mike’s extensive experience and profound understanding of product and sales, coupled with his connections in the industry, align seamlessly with our vision for our brand, growth, and innovation.

“We are confident that his strategic insights will play a crucial role in driving our enterprise partnerships to new heights and further solidifying our position in the market,” he says.

Why Brinks Home Hired Mike Hackett

Before joining Brinks Home, Hackett was vice president of global sales and marketing for Johnson Controls. He also co-founded Silicon Valley-based security and smart home manufacturer Qolsys and held a vice president of sales and marketing role throughout his tenure.

Earlier in his career, Hackett spent 10 years in multiple positions at eBay, focusing on business development and growth through key partnerships. He holds a bachelor of science in advertising from San Jose State University.

“I’m excited to join the Brinks Home team, leveraging the strength of the brand to develop enterprise partnerships in adjacent industries such as energy management, insurance, residential construction, and telecommunications,” says Hackett in the company announcement.

“As consumer demand for smart homes moves from early adopters to mass market, Brinks Home is uniquely positioned to deliver next-generation smart home solutions, a trusted brand and a national footprint,” he says.

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