Anand Thirunagari Named Country Head of Genetec India

Anand Thirunagari brings in over a decade of experience in the security industry as Genetec ramps up its India operations

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Genetec Inc., a leading technology provider of unified security, public safety, operations, and business intelligence solutions today announced that Anand Thirunagari was named Country Head of Genetec India on November 01, 2018. Before joining the company, Anand served as Business Development Manager at Allied Telesis, a Japanese  based network infrastructure and telecommunications agency where he has also held senior positions for managing strategic accounts in South East Asia regions.


With experience in addressing rapid market growth and business development, Anand brings 14 years of extensive industry knowledge to Genetec. Anand is a member of the South Asia Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC). In his role, Anand will collaborate with distributors, integrators, and customers to introduce Genetec innovations for unified security solutions across South Asia.

"We are pleased to promote Anand to Country Lead for India. With his years of experience at Genetec, Anand is recognized for his leadership in the Indian security industry and has a deep technical understanding that brings value for our distribution partner Inflow Technologies, channel sales, and end users,” said Daniel Lee, Managing Director, APAC, Genetec Inc. “We are confident Anand will drive our strategic interests in the areas of security, intelligence, and government operations for the Indian market, " said Lee.

“With Government initiatives such as Digital India, Smart City and Internet of Things, Genetec is poised to offer a truly unified solution that combines video surveillance, access control, automatic license plate recognition (ALPR), and our many open-architecture, dedicated applications to support our customers with scalable security solutions. Together with our new distribution partner in India, Anand is well positioned to help us tap the growing opportunities in the Indian market,” added Daniel Lee.