Qognify appoints enterprise incident management specialist for EMEA

Issue 3 2022 News

Qognify, a provider of video and enterprise incident management (EIM) solutions, announced the appointment of Oliver Schmidt as sales manager EMEA, EIM. He will focus on supporting enterprise-class organisations to minimise the impact of incidents through real-time situational awareness and response coordination capabilities of Qognify EIM.


Oliver Schmidt.

Based in Germany, Schmidt brings more than 25 years of experience in selling technology-led solutions, with a focus on security and safety at Mobotix and most recently Advancis. He comments on his new role: “Having worked in the industry for many years, I have been aware of Qognify’s strong reputation for both enterprise incident management and video management solutions. Qognify‘s strength comes from its ability to provide organisations with a comprehensive and integrated security and safety solution that helps them to consistently and compliantly reduce the impact of common daily routine events, through to large-scale crises.”

General manager EIM at Qognify, Chen Porat, states: “The appointment of Oliver Schmidt allows us to build a stronger relationship to customers and partners in DACH and Europe. Thanks to his many years of experience and his excellent professional network, he brings new ideas and insights to Qognify, allowing us to better understand and address the specific pains and needs of organisations in our EIM target segments.”




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