BRS Labs adds sales staff
HOUSTON—Behavioral Recognition Systems (BRS), a provider of behavioral recognition systems, has added five senior sales staff, according to a Jan. 21 news release.
The veteran sales professionals will help BRS continue the growth it experienced in 2013 while expanding the presence of the company’s AlSight platform, which monitors behavior and other sensors to generate real-time alerts, according to the release.
“BRS Labs continues to expand its dominance in Intelligent Video Surveillance by investing in its people,” said Ray Davis, CEO of BRS Labs, in a prepared statement. “This expansion in the sales department is a major step towards achieving our goal of tripling our sales staff in 2014.”
Joining BRS are Bill Murphy, most recently senior homeland security specialist for Thermo Fisher Scientific, who has trained counter-terrorism and anti-narcotics agents for more than 27 years; Jay Thompson, an IT and video surveillance expert who most recently worked with Iron Sky; Mark Bedard, a former sales manager at Gatso USA and Ahura Scientific whose expertise is in using cameras and optical sensors to support physical security solutions; Drew Davis, an industry veteran with experience helping rapid-growth organizations build sales and secure funding; and Mark Bimonte, who worked most recently with Niksun, where he helped create multimillion dollar sales for cybersecurity, network monitoring, toxin identification and physical security.
“These new sales hires are the team that will compound our success in 2014, as we rapidly expand our presence in SCADA and other multisensory markets,” said John Frazzini, BRS president, in a prepared statement. “With these powerhouse additions to our team, we are well positioned for an even more exciting 2014.”