Rob Schlegel

Vistacom Names New Director of Control Room Sales

AV, communications and control room solutions provider Vistacom recently announced that it has appointed a new Director of Control Room Sales. In this position, Robert Schlegel will oversee national sales growth and sales strategies, build partnerships throughout the industry and spearhead a team of account managers.

Schlegel is a certified ASIS International Physical Security Professional (PSP) and has more than 10 years’ experience in sales management, engineering design and program management in fields ranging from energy and transportation to healthcare and manufacturing. He’s previously served as an Area Sales Manager for Security Solutions with Johnson Controls and as the Director of Sales and Marketing at CSi (Integrated Security & Communications).

“It’s a particularly exciting time to bring Rob on board,” said Vistacom Chief Executive Officer Angela Nolan. “The Vistacom Control Room Solutions sales team has not only continued to expand integrated command and control room technology solutions in target markets and regions, but they have also built a solid foundation of trust and expertise amongst our clients and vendor partners.”

A news release reports that Vistacom has more than doubled its annual control room sales during the past five years and seen an estimated 250% sales growth average in that same time. “We’re forecasting continued and sustainable growth throughout 2023,” said Nolan. “We have the right pieces in place in all corners of operations, from rockstar engineering and programming teams to incredibly skilled and savvy technicians.”

“Vistacom Control Room Solutions has built a reputation of quality and trust, values that align with my own fundamental professional commitments, and are key ingredients for success,” said Schlegel. “I’m looking forward to joining the Vistacom team, driving new business and cultivating valuable partnerships.”

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Matt Jones is senior editor of Spaces4Learning and Campus Security and Life Safety. He can be reached at MJones@1105media.com

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