A couple personnel moves caught my eye recently—at video company IQinVision, and at access control provider Matrix Systems.
Today, IQinVision announced that it's board has appointed Charles Chestnutt president and CEO. Chestnutt has served as interim CEO since January 2012.
“I am grateful for this vote of confidence in the direction that our company is heading. IQinVision will continue on its current growth path designing and manufacturing the high-quality products that we are known for by our thousands of customers around the world,” Chestnutt said in a prepared statement.
Charles Chestnutt has been with IQinVision since 2002.
And, last week, Matrix Systems, which recently named Holly Tsourides CEO, appointed Kirk Newell to the newly created role of Demand Generation Manager, where he will "oversee outbound and inbound marketing activities, and strategically plan for new growth opportunities to better support the sales team." Newell reports to Tsourides.
“This role is the first of several planned hires in Matrix's aggressive growth strategy. Whether clients are considering upgrade options, trying to stay current on future trends or learning how to maximize their current Frontier solution, Matrix is developing a comprehensive toolkit of innovations and personnel to help them succeed every step of the way," Tsourides said in a prepared statement.
Newell previously served as VP, Sales and Marketing at ALACAD, one of the nation’s largest Autodesk value-added resellers.