Stanley Security introduces new Director – National Accounts & Vertical Markets
Scott Jupp, (CHPA, HSP, CSSM) has joined Stanley Security Solutions in the capacity of Director – National Accounts & Vertical Markets, where he will support the company’s initiative to further develop their suite of Stanley Solutions into a structured National Account delivery model.
August 29, 2015 By SP&T Staff
Additionally, he will be focused on developing the vertical market strategy for the Canadian organization including industry-specific products and services across the identified market segments, such as K-12, Higher Education, Retail, Healthcare, Government, Financial Institutions and Commercial Properties.
Jupp brings along over 17 years of industry experience, and has a proven track record for exceeding customer expectations. In his role, Scott is responsible for ensuring consistency of service delivery across all clients in Canada. This responsibility included the development and delivery of corporate strategies, account management, managerial oversight, and standardization of policies and procedures at the corporate level.
He has progressed rapidly within the security industry, his former roles include managerial and operational positions, such as Director of Professional Services & Vertical Markets and National Director of Healthcare.
Combined with active participation as a member of the International Foundation for Protection Officers (IFPO), ASIS International (ASIS), International Association for Healthcare Security & Safety (IAHSS) and the Association of Professional Security Instructors Specialized (APSIS), he continuously demonstrates the commitment necessary to be a leader in the security and safety industry. As an active member of IAHSS, Jupp currently sits as the Chair of the Ontario Chapter and serves on two International Committees for the Association.
Jupp will work closely with the Vice President of Stanley Security Canada and the management on setting the standards in risk mitigation and identification for customers and vertical markets.
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