Rachel Young and Bill Lozon have joined as district sales managers for Texas and South Carolina, respectively SightLogix, the leader in smart thermal video solutions for outdoor security applications, continues to grow its sales organization with the addition of personnel in South Carolina and Texas. Bill Lozon has joined the company as District Sales Manager for the Southeast Region with his base in Columbia, SC, while Rachel Young has joined as District Sales Manager for the South-Central Region and is based in Houston, TX. According to Gary Green, SightLogix’s Regional Director for the East, these additions reflect the company’s growing presence in the regions. He says, “South Carolina and Texas are logical choices for our continued expansion and growth. Bill and Rachel bring strong regional relationships and extensive industry experience, and are well qualified to further develop our key verticals of utilities, petro-chemical facilities, airports, transportation and other critical infrastructure protection applications.” Bill brings a track record of significant accomplishments in sales management and related business activities, having worked with security manufacturers such as United Technologies/Interlogix, Ultravision Security Systems, Bosch Security Systems and Pittway Corporation. As District Sales Manager, he will leverage this experience to increase sales and service for SightLogix accurate thermal video security solutions in the territory. Bill has an MBA in Marketing from the City University in Bellevue, WA and a Bachelor’s Degree in Business from Eastern Michigan University. Rachel joins SightLogix from Knight Security Systems where she was a successful account manager/security consultant. Additionally, Rachel brings extensive experience in risk consulting gained in the commercial insurance industry as a property and casualty agent. In her new position as District Sales Manager, she will have the opportunity to apply her solution-selling experience to grow SightLogix’ sales and support presence in Texas. Rachel is a graduate of West Texas A&M University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. She is also involved with National Association of Women in Construction where she has served as a Director 2011-2012 and is now Membership Committee Chair for the Houston Chapter.
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