Vanderbilt Introducing New VP of Sales at ISC West; Data Management System Also Being Released
The company will also introduce Eric Widlitz as VP of sales for North America at the event and introduce the Vanderbilt VI Connect.
PARSIPPANY, N.J. — Vanderbilt Industries announces it will showcase Vanderbilt VI Connect, a custom-configurable data management system during this year’s ISC West Conference and Expo. The show is held April 6-8 at the Sands Expo in Las Vegas. Vanderbilt will also introduce Eric Widlitz as the company’s new vice president of sales for North America.
In his role as vice president of sales, Widlitz will be responsible for the management of the North American sales team, focusing specifically on expanding the company’s reach in target markets. Additionally, he will work with existing channel partners, while expanding technology and integration relationships with underserved networks, according to the company.
Widlitz spent the past 20 years with HID Global, where he served in roles such as managing director of identity and access management, Americas; vice president, OEM channel and government applications; and Western regional sales representative, among others.
“We are excited to have Eric take the helm of the sales team here in the North American market,” said Mitchell Kane, president of Vanderbilt. “Eric brings a wealth of management and leadership experience in the security and access control markets. As Vanderbilt continues to expand its business capacity, he will be the right person to shape the best sales strategy and execute these goals to accommodate our ongoing growth.”
Vanderbilt VI Connect integrates Vanderbilt’s Security Management System (SMS) with third-party applications by automating business workflows between disparate systems, according to the company. Designed for enterprise and higher education facilities, VI Connect is said to reduce the time it takes to update records in multiple systems and allows users to automate management of door access, One Card transactions, event management and privilege control systems.
The system allows for real-time, detailed management of student or employee records such as university or office affiliation, dormitory assignment or course enrollment, according to Vanderbilt. This data helps to determine an employee or student’s access control permissions, which are automatically assigned in the SMS.
Vanderbilt will be at booth #11099 at ISC West.
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