PSA Security Network Names Ric McCullough as COO
McCullough brings more than 30 years of operations, sales and customer service leadership experience to the COO position.
WESTMINSTER, Colo. — PSA Security Network has a new COO. Ric McCullough will take on the new role after serving as vice president of sales and customer service since 2012, during which he was responsible for the daily sales and customer success operations for the systems integrator cooperative.
With his appointment to COO, McCullough’s responsibilities will expand to also oversee marketing, vendor relations and educational programs and services for the company.
McCullough brings over 30 years of operations, sales and customer service leadership experience to the COO position. Prior to joining PSA, McCullough held a variety of senior level sales and customer service positions including customer service manager for Amazon.com in 2010.
Formerly, he was director of sales for IDenticard Systems for nearly seven years where he successfully helped to guide the privately-held company through three Fortune 500 acquisitions during a four-year time period.
“Ric is held in high esteem by his colleagues and others in the industry, and for good reason,” says Bill Bozeman, president and CEO of PSA. “He has proven himself to be a resourceful leader to the PSA team and has been instrumental in helping build PSA to where we are today in terms of sales as well as how PSA can bring value to the industry as whole. His unrelenting commitment to serving our customers and true passion for this industry is palpable. I can think of no better person than Ric to take on this role and grow PSA even further.”
McCullough is a frequent industry expert panelist at ISC West and PSA TEC. His expertise further extends beyond the security industry to include operational excellence strategies such as lean management principles including Six Sigma methodologies and leadership and talent development using the Lominger Competency Framework. McCullough holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Millersville University of Pennsylvania.
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