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Nick Koiza joins Plextek

Posted 23 November 2016 · Add Comment

Nick Koiza has joined Plextek as its new Head of Business Development for the security market.



Nick (above) will be responsible for strategic development and management of this key area of Plextek’s business.

Nick has a long and successful track record across worldwide security & public safety sectors and has held senior management positions in public and private companies spanning IT, technology and communications. During recent years, he worked at Sepura Plc, Portalify Oy and Simoco Group, where he developed a strong reputation as a leading authority in secure critical communications.

“I am delighted to be joining Plextek at this very exciting time and look forward to building on the company’s incredible achievements in the Security sector. Plextek has enjoyed huge success across a wide range of technologies applicable to my market; in areas such as communications, radar, sensors and imaging & surveillance.  It’s my mission to ensure that customers across the globe enjoy the full benefits of Plextek’s multi-disciplinary approach to highly innovative product conception, design, manufacturing and supply.”

Nick’s role at Plextek will focus on government and commercial security markets. He will also forge alliances with organisations that desire to innovate from concept to commercial readiness, in order to gain significant advantage when taking products to market that meet the highest standards of robustness, reliability and ease of manufacture.

Cambridge Wireless, a leading technology community, has welcomed Nick into his new position by awarding him the title of 'Special Interest Group (SIG) Champion' for Security. As a SIG champion, Nick will be providing thought leadership and chairing CW sessions that lead the discussion in identifying new areas of innovation for security technology.

Nicholas Hill, CEO, Plextek commented: “We are delighted to have secured Nick to lead our security business going forward.  His strong background in secure critical communications, both in the UK and overseas, will be immensely important as we grow our presence in this area. I look forward to working closely with Nick as we continue to develop our unique capabilities in bespoke solutions for the security sector.”
 

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