Hills Bolsters Security Business with New BDM Appointments
HILLS is bolstering its security business across the nation with the recruitment of Aaron Lane as business development manager in Western Australia, and Leonie Cox as business development manager – residential, based in Sydney.
Lane joins Hills after 8 years at Downer Security and Network Services, and comes to the business with a strong background in access control and CCTV, and a deep understanding of the security landscape.
Cox returns to Hills after pursuing overseas interests and, having worked in the security sector for over 20 years, brings with her a wealth of industry experience and a vast catalogue of contacts in the building industry. She is tasked with developing business in the residential and multi-dwelling building sector with products such as Bticino, Reliance and Tecom.
Aaron Lane, Hills BDM, Western Australia
Hills CEO, David Lenz, said the appointment of Lane and Cox strengthened the company’s sales capacity and expertise to provide state-of-the-art, purpose-built security solutions.
“With the security landscape evolving rapidly, organisations are increasingly looking for guidance and advice on their approach to security. These appointments add substantial experience to our sales capability and will ensure we continue to provide innovative, future proof solutions to our clients, and exceptional outcomes for the end user.
“Aaron’s experience, together with his technical knowledge, will boost Hills’ ability to provide true turn-key offerings to our clients, consultants and end users, and his customer service focus and industry contacts will bolster of our position in the west,” Lenz said.
“The experience and insight that Leonie brings will strengthen our presence in the building sector, and lead the charge to achieve sales growth in this market.
“With their extensive experience and vast knowledge of the security industry, Aaron and Leonie will be instrumental in ensuring our team remains at the forefront of security expertise, technology, and best practice,” Lenz said. ♦