Lensec Promotes Jeff Kellick to Chief Product Officer
Kellick will provide product experience and leadership to the VMS manufacturer.
HOUSTON – Lensec, the manufacturer of Perspective VMS, has promoted Jeff Kellick to the newly created position of chief product officer. He is responsible for oversight of the company’s products, software utilities and development operations.
Lensec recently announced plans to build its brand and portfolio into a global presence in the physical security industry. Assigning Kellick as the CPO is a key part of the overall plan, according to a news release. Under Kellick’s leadership, Lensec continues to develop its flagship product, Perspective video management system.
“Jeff has been instrumental, not only in product development and delivery but also as a valuable member of Lensec leadership in the company’s continued growth and transformation. I am confident in Jeff’s abilities as our CPO. I’m counting on him to drive product excellence, customer satisfaction, and Lensec’s success,” says Lensec CEO Marianna Leybovich.
Kellick has been with Lensec since 2009 holding roles in sales and product management. With more than 16 years of security industry experience, Kellick continues to focus on the specific needs of the customer. He adheres to a development strategy using agile principles and a Scrum framework incorporating validated feedback from customers and users, according to the company.
Kellick studied political science at Johns Hopkins University as well as computer science and secondary education at Shippensburg University. He is a Certified Security Project Manager (CSPM), a member of the American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS) and the Security Industry Association (SIA).
Lensec recently announced their acquisition by JValley Software Solutions. The leadership is implementing plans to grow product awareness and the global reach of Perspective VMS. Kellick is instrumental in developing a strong video management software that advances the capabilities of security technology, the company states.
“Management of security-related data is critical to today’s infrastructure. Having a video-centric platform that scales to the customers’ needs is essential. This applies to extreme situations involving life safety as well as day-to-day routine operations,” Kellick says. “At Lensec, we strive to always learn from customers’ requests. This allows us to iteratively develop an agile, easy-to-adopt platform. We aim to help users efficiently perform necessary tasks with relevant information for employing critical actions and decisions.
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