Kevin Wilhelm Joins Sharry as It Continues Expanding in the American Market
Sharry, a workplace experience platform, announces that Kevin Wilhelm has joined the company as the brand’s Country Manager for the United States and Canada. In his role, Wilhelm is supporting Sharry’s operations in these two regions, ensuring customers’ satisfaction, supporting partners and working with clients on new business.
Since joining Sharry, Wilhelm has been a key player in maintaining relationships with U.S. based clients such as New York City’s largest owner of office real estate, SL Green Realty Corp.
With more than 10 years of experience in the field, Wilhelm brings expertise in providing clients with innovative and effective solutions for their system integration needs. He has a track record of meeting and exceeding quotas, a proven ability to work collaboratively with customers and partners and a passion for helping clients solve their security needs. Prior to joining Sharry, Wilhelm served as an Engineering Manager at Encore Fire Protection and SIGNET Electronic Systems.
VIDEO: Listen to Kevin Wilhelm talking about the brand’s products that can be integrated with buildings’ systems to provide best in class building experience for tenants.
“Kevin has been a great addition to our growing global team,” said Marc Delacroix, Chief Growth Officer at Sharry. “His years of experience in PropTech and physical security are crucial for strengthening Sharry's position in both markets.”
“I am excited to be a part of the Sharry team as it continues growing globally,” said Kevin Wilhelm, Country Manager at Sharry. “The company has a great and dynamic team that has created a truly unique experience and I fully believe in the solutions we offer and see an incredible value being provided to clients.”
For more information about Kevin Wilhelm, get in touch with him on LinkedIn or via e-mail.
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