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Hills Welcomes Nicholas Coghlan to its Security Team

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Hills has appointed Nicholas Coghlan as vendor manager for Tyco Security Products – Enterprise. Coghlan comes to Hills having sold Tyco Enterprise products to system integrators and brings extensive experience of the business having working within the Hills team in the past. 

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Matt Bailey (left) and Nicholas Coghlan

In his new role Coghlan will report to general manager security practice Joanna Burke and be responsible for Software House, American Dynamics, VideoEdge, Victor and CEM portfolios, Products – SMB. Coghlan and Matt Bailey, who is responsible for DSC, Kantech and ExacqVision, form a formidable team within the Hills business.

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Joanna Burke, general manager security practice
 
“We are excited to reinvigorate the Tyco brand of products in the Pacific” said Burke, “Those customers who use enterprise products today are about to see what the rest of the world loves and uses to protect their people and property. Our residential and small business markets will be delighted with the new developments in Tyco’s Intrusion, access control and CCTV Systems, like never before. With the right team in place at Hills, we look forward to the future of Tyco products in the Pacific.”♦

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