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Matrix Systems names Jeremy Krinitt as Senior Director of Product Management

Matrix Systems has announced the appointment of Jeremy Krinitt as Senior Director of Product Management effective immediately. Krinitt will drive product development initiatives to further enhance Matrix Systems' technology and services portfolio.

August 8, 2013  By Staff

Krinitt will be based out of the Boston-area office and report directly to CEO Holly Tsourides. He is the second marketing-focused appointment to join the company in recent months.
“Matrix Systems is fortunate to have Jeremy join our executive team. His experience in the access control market and his outstanding personal attributes make him the right person to lead Frontier, our core access control solution, into the future,” said Tsourides. “Jeremy will implement the necessary processes to bolster evolution of Frontier to include new features and integrations. These enhancements will enable us to accelerate new business opportunities while better serving our existing customer base.”
Prior to joining Matrix Systems, Krinitt was Senior Product Manager, Strategic Integrations, American Dynamics and Software House, Tyco Security Products. In this role, he led development of integrations with key technology partners and drove product strategy and launch development for enterprise redundancy, health monitoring and integrated solutions. Before that, he was co-founder and Vice President, Product Marketing at REACT Systems where he initiated marketing, training programs and product integrations. Krinitt also formerly served as Product Manager, Marketing for Hyperware Inc. He holds a B.A. in Computer and Video Imaging from Cogswell Polytechnical College.
“Joining Matrix during this phase of aggressive growth and expansion is very exciting,” Krinitt said. “Matrix Systems is in a position to take hold of significant opportunities in today’s market, and I look forward to working closely with customers, partners and employees to further accelerate business performance.”

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