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Seon expands sales team

Posted on January 3, 2013

Seon Design Inc. promoted Mike Bismeyer to Transit Sales Manager and added experienced corporate sales executive, Kris Wylie, to its transit division.

Bismeyer has been a transit sales executive with Seon for the past four years, and his hard work and positive character has been influential to the company. He has a proven track record of strong customer relations and satisfaction.

“The qualities of dedication and customer satisfaction are important for Seon’s long-term success; our company stands for these attributes,” said Bismeyer. “I am excited about this next stage in my career, and I truly appreciate this advancement. Seon has been a terrific company to work for, and I look forward to the future here.”

Meanwhile, Wylie’s territory will include the Northeastern U.S., as well as Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, North Carolina, and Virginia. Wylie brings more than 11 years of technology sales expertise to Seon.

“My role within Seon is a logical transition for me with my past technological experience; getting involved with the mobile surveillance industry is a natural movement into the next step of my career,” said Wylie. “I am thoroughly enjoying working with transit bus operators in the Northeast to find security solutions that meet the challenges of public transportation. It is an exciting time to be a part of the industry, as security is a popular topic of discussion in today’s society.”

Reporting to Bismeyer, Wylie specializes in mobile surveillance and fleet management solutions for the transit market. He works closely with Seon’s sales, marketing, and service teams.

“Kris brings dedication, experience, and education to his position,” said Bismeyer. “He is a driven employee that is a valuable asset for our company, customers, and potential customers. His expertise is an important resource, and he is a valuable addition to Seon.”

Wylie holds a degree in Business Management. He brings to Seon experience in wireless voice, wireless data, asset tracking/management, VOIP technology, public and private cloud infrastructure, VMware and Hyper-V virtualization, enterprise hosting, and of course AVL and video surveillance in mobile environments.

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