Intellicheck Mobilisa, Inc. (NYSE MKT: IDN) (“the Company”), a global leader in access control and wireless security systems, has appointed Mark Armstrong as Senior Vice President of Sales.
Mr. Armstrong, 54, has an extensive background in leading sales and business teams. Until 2011 he was Senior Business Development Specialist at Mortgage Advisory Group in Everett, WA, where he developed and established a new business development department, increased territory expansion, and grew production nearly 200 percent over goal, resulting in the company becoming the area’s largest private financial institution. Prior to this, he served as National Business Development/Sales Manager at American Reporting Company in Bothell, WA, where he directed and managed sales/strategic growth planning and launched IT software and e-commerce applications, leading to the company being recognized as one of the industry’s fastest-growing IT service providers. While in this position, he led a team collaboration to customize IT solutions, generating first-year sales of $3.6 million, and helped establish five regional offices. Earlier, he worked as Senior Business Development/Sales Manager at Consolidated Information Services in Allamuchy, NJ, where he created and directed a new regional startup IT solution sales operation, oversaw global account development, and launched IT software and e-commerce applications. Mr. Armstrong earned a bachelor of science degree from Washington State University.
Nelson Ludlow, Ph.D., President and CEO of Intellicheck Mobilisa, said, “When I assumed the roles of President and Chief Executive Officer last month, one of my first and most important goals was to hire a senior manager to lead our sales team. Mark Armstrong is the right person for this position. He possesses many talents—he is smart, is an open and effective communicator, possesses a high level of integrity, and has significantly increased sales at his former companies. We look forward to working with him as we complete partnership agreements and increase emphasis on closing sales.”