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Sielox LLC, a leading provider of access control solutions since 1979, is pleased to announce the addition of three experienced and successful individuals to key management positions. Terry Carver has been promoted to the company’s new product manager and sales engineer; Dan Artman has been elevated to vice president of the company’s Western territory; and Mike Hallford will serve as vice president of the Eastern territory.
“We are thrilled to have these three industry veterans join our management team. For several years, both Terry and Dan have been strong performers with Sielox, and having spent 30-plus years with some of the largest security companies in the world, Mike is an excellent addition to the company,” said Karen Evans, CEO, Sielox LLC. “Each of these three have a lengthy track record of success, and with more than 70 years’ combined industry experience, we are confident they will continue their success as they grow awareness and sales of Sielox’s innovative access control solutions.”
Terry Carver brings nearly three decades of electronic security experience to his new position, including several high-level positions with Sielox, Pelco by Schneider Electric, Johnson Controls, PCSC, Cardkey Systems and CASI-RUSCO. In transitioning to his new position as product manager, Terry will work closely with Sielox’s global network of authorized dealers and manufacturer’s representatives to grow awareness and sales of the company’s leading electronic security and access control solutions.
Dan Artman joined Sielox in June 2013 as regional sales manager for the West Coast, working directly with Sielox business partners and end user customers, and building a network of architects and security consultants. Sielox, Dan successfully led sales and business development for Matrix Systems and Onity, now part of United Technologies Corp. In his new position as vice president of Western Territory, he will continue these activities in his new position while also managing a network of manufacturer’s representatives in certain markets. In addition to the West Coast, Dan’s territory will expand to cover parts of the Upper Midwest, Alaska, Hawaii and Western Canada.
Mike Hallford comes to Sielox from Pelco by Schneider Electric, where he served as business development manager for enterprise-level video surveillance systems. Since beginning his 35-year career in the industry with his family’s security systems company, Mike has also held sales and business development positions with United Technologies Corp./Interlogix, GE Security, Johnson Controls, Interface Security Systems, Siemens Building Technologies, Diebold and Sensormatic Electronics.
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