Ex-ADT Exec Joins Eagle Eye As President

By Brian Karas, Published Nov 04, 2016, 09:31am EDT

VSaaS has been a tough market, while Axis struggles with their business, Eagle Eye is filling out their executive team.

Eagle Eye has hired an industry veteran as President to take over day to day operations and grow the business.

The new President, as well as Eagle Eye CEO Dean Drako, shared their insights about the business and projected opportunities. In this report we analyze Eagle Eye's latest hire and their potential to grow to become a major player.

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Comments (2)

...the overall VSaaS market is still extremely small.

Are Nest and other DIY cloud storage plans included as VSaaS?

Also, how do we know how successful some of the non-traditional survelience vendors are in the VSaaS space, like ADT or Time Warner, who are selling into existing customers?

I inserted 'professional' for that phrase - overall professional VSaaS market.

'Small', of course, is subjective, and residential VSaaS is certainly doing better than the professional / business VSaaS market, which has made little progress overall.

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