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The expanded sales team will fulfill the goal of providing value added service and support
Samsung Techwin adds Kerby Long, Bill Grella and Todd Wysocki to its sales team

Samsung Techwin America, a global supplier of video surveillance and security products combining superior performance and value, recently announced three new sales professionals to support the company’s increasing sales activities. Joining the company are Kerby Long as Northeast Regional Sales Manager; Bill Grella as Southeast Regional Sales Manager; and Todd Wysocki as Central Regional Sales Manager.

“The expanded sales team will bring us closer to our end users and to our goal of providing value added service and support,” said Frank De Fina, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Samsung Techwin America. “Each of our new hires has an impressive background in the industry and collectively, they bring a tremendous amount of expertise and insight that will be invaluable in supporting our customers and driving growth.”

Kerby Long brings several years of sales/account management expertise to the position, having previously served in similar positions with Sony, JVC and Indigo Vision. His comprehensive understanding and knowledge of the industry and its players will help him create new business opportunities in the Northeast region.

Bill Grella comes to the team from Vicon where, as a top sales rep, he worked extensively with end users, architects and engineers. His successful track record and extensive experience will help him to exceed sales and productivity objectives in his new role as Southeastern Regional Sales Manager.

Based out of the Chicago area to serve the Central region, Todd Wysocki is a highly accomplished sales professional. Most recently with Intransa and previously with Interlogix, Todd’s qualifications and experience will help lead the company to new levels of growth and development in the Midwest region.

In their new roles, the regional managers will report directly to Tom Cook and will work as a team to increase sales and create demand for Samsung products by interfacing with architects, engineers and consultants. Additionally, each will be responsible for managing the rep firms in their respective territories and to work with them to increase market share.

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