IN a clear sign of a serious commitment to the electronic security business, Ingram Micro has appointed Gavin McSherry to drive its Queensland and Northern Territory security business.

“We are pleased to welcome Gavin to the team,” says David Charlton, general manager ANZ for Ingram Micro’s Physical Security Division. “Gavin brings a wealth of knowledge and industry experience with him, which we believe will greatly assist in delivering a very high level of customer satisfaction.”

According to Charlton, McSherry has more than 18 years’ electronic security experience, mostly in distribution having previously worked for Hills Limited and most recently, Video Security Products. 


Gavin McSherry

“Ingram Micro fits perfectly into the security distribution space, having expertise in IP/IT technology solutions, as well as representing the world’s leading security vendors,” said McSherry. “We have the ability to complement and help grow existing channels and facilitate greater penetration in to the IT and project space. I am looking forward to working with the team at Ingram Micro and believe they have a lot to offer the security industry.” 

According to Charlton, Ingram Micro’s ongoing investment throughout Australia and New Zealand is in-line with its global expansion into the security market.

“And the security and surveillance market is evolving ever more rapidly towards IP-based solutions” he said.

Ingram Micro represents world leading security vendors, including Aimetis, Axis, Cisco, Hikvision, Honeywell and Swann. ♦