Avigilon names executive vice president of global operations
Feb 14, 2013 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) --
Avigilon Corporation, a provider of high-definition and megapixel video surveillance solutions, has appointed Chris Ross as executive vice president of global operations.
In this role, Mr Ross will support the ongoing operation of all departments and facilities worldwide. Mr Ross will also be responsible for the implementation and management of enterprise business systems and corporate capital assets to fulfill customer demands. Mr Ross will report to Alexander Fernandes, president and CEO, the company said.
"To support the growth of our company to a $500 million business we're bolstering our proven executive team," said Alexander Fernandes, president and CEO of Avigilon. "Chris Ross' track record of successfully building and executing efficient processes and plans for multi-billion dollar, global high-tech organizations will help Avigilon as we continue on our growth path."
With more than 20 years of high tech manufacturing and operations experience, Chris Ross will be responsible for global operations at Avigilon including implementation and management of enterprise business systems and corporate capital assets. Most recently, as the senior vice president of Novatel Wireless, Mr Ross managed worldwide operations spanning 12 sites, the company added.
Previous to this role, Mr Ross was the vice president of operations for Ericsson Wireless Communications. Joining through the acquisition of Qualcomm's wireless infrastructure business, he became responsible for Ericsson's global CDMA systems business spanning 16 locations. Mr Ross has also held senior management positions at Qualcomm and Spectragraphics Corporation, the company concluded.
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