Dear team members of GlobalVox,
I pray everyone is at the best of their health and spirits.
The month of June has a high significance as it hosts the longest day of the year in the northern hemisphere, plus it’s the middle of the year and midpoint of growing between planting and harvesting. And something similar is happening at GlobalVox where it’s a bit early to harvest and the plantings are slowly sprouting.
Since the beginning of this year, I have talked about everything in my power as a CEO to make sure we are in the position to change gears to be a solid sales organization. The runway was short, and the challenges a heavy burden due to the global pandemic. Deciding to focus on sales for the Miami office’s security and ID practice demanded making short-term adjustments as well as long-term structural changes that allow us to sustain and survive while we strive to meet our projected revenues.
The month of June was an important milestone for us to implement our EaseVisitor application for an ITAR customer, RE Darling. It was our first client in compliance which involved onsite implementation, training, and hyper care support. I am proud to say we did a successful implementation at RE Darling’s Tucson, Arizona location. I’m truly grateful to the onsite and offsitee team who supported this event to help us get a solid reference. This is our first victory in the compliance vertical to provide a product which was been developed over the past 2 years … and it’s a wonderful experience to see EaseVisitor go live.
I am also honored to Introduce Mark Bullock as our new team member at GlobalVox filling the role of Chief Security Advisor to support our Security and ID practice. Mark has served the United States as an FBI agent, an FBI special agent, and as an FBI assistant director within the Senior Executive Services (the equivalent of a military general officer). I know his leadership and experience will influence and open doors for GlobalVox in the security and ID domain. I welcome Mark Bullock on board.
GlobalVox has also started a new initiative around managed IT services. Vikram, from his UK office has put significant effort working with Pratik, Hiren, and Pankaj to form the structure and business model. The website for Managed Services should be in production by end of this week. The focus for this new initiative will be around sales and lead generation before we put operations in place.
There are tough times ahead ... but there are glimmers of hope too! And there is more work to be done. I'm confident today’s leadership changes will put GlobalVox in a yet better position to drive our near-term goals and long-term vision.