OMAHA, Neb.—With the goal of increasing the percentage of revenue it derives from services from 25 to 40 percent, G4S Technology, a national systems integrator and project management company for electronic security systems and communication networks, has launched a new division.
G4S’s integration business, G4S Technology, (formerly Adesta), has a new EVP: Sam Belbina. Belbina will be in charge of business development, marketing and communications, and strategic initiatives such as new markets and the expansion of National and Global Services business.
Belbina comes from Schneider Electric where he ran sales for the Schneider/Pelco video brand and the integrated security solutions business in the United States. “In this role, he captured and managed over $400M in business,” G4S said.
Belbina will report to Bob Sommerfeld, president of G4S Technology.
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