Stanley appoints Robert Branchaud to lead Eastern Canada district
Stanley Convergent Security Solutions (Stanley CSS) has named Robert Branchaud, to lead its Eastern Canada district, comprised of the combined Stanley CSS and Microtec businesses.
December 14, 2011 By Staff
With over 30 years of experience in the industry, Branchaud founded three security companies, the most recent of which he sold the majority of interest to Microtec Enterprises Inc. in 2000. Stanley Convergent Security Solutions (Stanley CSS) recently announced the purchase of all the operating assets of AlarmCap, operating under the brand Microtec Security Systems.
Active in the Canadian security industry, Branchaud previously served as President of the Canadian Security Association (CANASA) for the Quebec division, received President’s Awards in 2005 and 2011 for his achievements with CANASA, and was the 2011 recipient of the R.A. Henderson Award in recognition of his exemplary leadership, years of dedication and significant contributions to the Canadian security industry.
“We are very fortunate to have Robert join the Stanley CSS leadership team. His un-paralleled dedication to the business, security expertise and knowledge of Canada’s diverse markets and customers, as well as his solid track-record, position us perfectly to serve the needs of all Stanley CSS customers as we grow our business in Canada,” said Tony Byerly, Stanley CSS President North America and United Kingdom Direct.
With the acquisition of Microtec, Stanley CSS expanded its Canadian operations, including ULC approved and bilingual monitoring capabilities.
“The implementation of local, ULC and French speaking monitoring services, solidifies Stanley CSS as a major player in the Canadian security industry,” said Robert Branchaud.
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