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Netwatch Group announces two executive appointments

Justin Wilmas hired as president of Netwatch North America; Rochelle Thompson as CMO of the Netwatch Group

February 4, 2021  By  SP&T Staff

Netwatch Group has announced the appointment of Justin Wilmas, President, Netwatch North America. In this role, Justin will be responsible for all video monitoring business from CalAtlantic and Netwatch in North America, as well as video monitoring from the NMC dealer channel.

Netwatch also announced the appointment of Rochelle Thompson as Chief Marketing Officer. In this role, Rochelle will be responsible for overseeing marketing operations for all business units.

Both Thompson and Wilmas recently served on the Executive Leadership Team at Pelco, where they held roles in the divesture from Schneider Electric to the Transom Capitol Group and in re-establishing the brand as a leader for video cameras and security solutions.

Wilmas most recently served as Vice President of Sales for North America, Pelco. He has experience in creating and implementing strategies which generated double digit growth years for products, software, and enterprise security solutions with the intent to minimize risk, achieve compliance and implement operational efficiencies.


“I am truly looking forward to being a driving force in a company that brings innovative technology and a customer-centric approach to managing customers’ risk,” said Wilmas.

In her most recent role as SVP Global Marketing at Pelco, Thompson was responsible for re-introducing Pelco to the marketplace and restoring the brand’s presence, in addition to a complete overhaul of the demand generation engine – from the lead lifecycle through customer acquisition.

“I am incredibly honored and excited to be a part of the Netwatch Group,” said Thompson. “I’m looking forward to building our brand presence as a corporation and working with our executive team to ensure each of our business divisions continues to see growth.”

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