Alert 360 Names 3 Regional Vice Presidents to Support New Branches

Alert 360 promoted from within to fill positions in support of its growing branch network across the United States.

TULSA, Okla. — Alert 360, a home security system and smart home automation company, has appointed three regional vice presidents to support its growing branch network.

These positions will increase focus on local security system operations and the company’s expanding home-business-commercial security and smart home product offerings, according to an announcement.

The following security industry veterans have been named to the new positions effective immediately:

Chad Dawald has been named regional vice president, leading the company’s Austin, Texas; Dallas; Fort Worth, Texas; Oklahoma City; Sarasota/Tampa, Fla.; and Tulsa, Okla. branches.

Dawald most recently served as the company’s general manager of the Dallas and Fort Worth branches. He has 35 years of experience in the security industry. Prior to Alert 360, Dawald served as vice president and general manager for ASG Security. He began his career in the security industry with Sonitrol Security, following service in the U.S. Air Force.

Enrique Puig has been named regional vice president, leading the company’s Houston Texas North and South; Kansas City, Mo; San Antonio; Springfield; Mo., and Wichita, Kan., branches. Formerly, Puig served as general manager over Alert 360’s Houston branches. Puig was a previous Security System News Top 20 Under 40 recipient and is a veteran of the U.S. Navy. Previously, he worked at Brinks Home Security as well as Comcast. He has more than 20 years of experience in the industry.

John Sala has been promoted to regional vice president over Alert 360’s California operations, which includes branches in Anaheim, Corona (Southern California), Fresno (Central Valley California) and Sacramento (Northern California). Sala has been in the security industry since 1999, beginning his career at ADT. He also worked at All-Guard and Protection One. Sala founded iGuard Alarms in 2011, which he later sold to Alert 360.

“The speed in which we’re offering new security technology and the standards we strive to achieve require a streamlined support for our local security service teams,” says Richard Ginsburg, president and CEO of Alert 360. “Our local security teams are laser focused on bringing the latest home and commercial security solutions to the communities we serve. These new positions help ensure our teams will exceed the needs of our customers and reach sales and service goals.”

Ginsburg adds, “Promoting from within is a key goal for us at Alert 360, and with these appointments, I’m proud to announce the advancement of these seasoned industry veterans to support our talented team members.”

Local Alert 360 security teams across the country design and install a range of security systems from a basic home security system to comprehensive business and commercial security packages. The company’s s complete line of home security, business security, energy management and home automation services include interactive security, a free mobile app, wireless security cameras, remote access, smart thermostats, water detection sensors, smart doorbell cameras, and monitored heat and carbon monoxide (CO) detectors.

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