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Vistronix Names EVP John Hassoun Corporate President; Deepak Hathiramani Comments

John Hassoun
John Hassoun

Vistronix has promoted John Hassoun from the executive vice president ranks to corporate president, the company said Monday.

Deepak Hathiramani
Deepak Hathiramani

Hassoun will report to CEO Deepak Hathiramani and be responsible for the company’s business units and corporate support functions.

Hassoun, who joined the company in July 2012 as corporate development EVP, will also oversee the integration of geospatial and data visualization software maker Technology Associates International Corp. into Vistronix.

Vistronix announced it acquired Technology Associates earlier this month.

“It was part of our strategy to make John our corporate president after the Technology Associates acquisition, ” Hathiramani said.

Hathiramani said Vistronix promoted Hassoun as part of its goal to grow into new markets and expand in the federal marketplace.

“I look forward to supporting Vistronix and our vision to compete in the federal space as a mid-tier company that helps customers meet their security challenges, ” Hassoun said. “I am honored to be a part of our company’s exciting transformation.”

Before joining Vistronix, he served as co-CEO of ATS Corp., Global Integrated Security and Olive Group.

Vistronix said Hassoun is a 25-year veteran of positions in executive management, corporate strategy and business development, business operations and program management.

He started his career as a U.S. Air Force program manager and currently serves on the board of directors at international security firm Aegis LLC.

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