San Diego, CA – February 2017 – Trackforce, the best-in-class Officer Management and Security Operations software company announced the appointment of Frank Kennedy to serve as Executive Vice President at Trackforce’s San Diego headquarters. As Trackforce continues to further accelerate its market-leading position, Kennedy will play a critical role in overseeing the organization’s global sales initiatives, new business development and strategic growth while ensuring companywide alignment with Trackforce’s international offices.
“Frank’s track record speaks for itself, and we are excited to add another seasoned executive to our growing leadership team,” says Trackforce’s President and CEO Guirchaume Abitbol. “He will be accelerating the sales organization and impacting Trackforce’s bottom line with an established product trusted by thousands of businesses worldwide.”
Kennedy has more than 17 years of experience helping to grow corporate security and software companies. Prior to joining Trackforce, he was General Manager and Director of Global Sales for a leading Risk and Incident Management company called Resolver (formerly PPM 2000). Kennedy has previous experience in enterprise asset, contract, incident and risk management lifecycle management software companies and was part of the management team that completed a successful exit of PPM 2000 to Klass Software in 2014.
“Trackforce is committed to providing the most comprehensive solutions to its customers in the Officer Management and Security Operations space,” says Kennedy. “I look forward to working closely with each office to develop strategies and help expand our U.S. and international teams to ensure we exceed our goals for future growth.”
Trackforce were founded in 2000. The company has been dedicated exclusively to the development of web-based security management software systems. Trackforce strives to provide desktop and mobile applications that enable guard touring, tracking, reporting, inspection and quality assurance, and task management, all in real-time.