COPsync, a field-based reporting and information-sharing network that enables officers to collect, report and share critical data in real time, has appointed Barry Wilson as chief financial officer (CFO). Wilson, who has been working with the company in a consulting capacity, will report to Ronald Woessner, chief executive officer (CEO).
Wilson has worked for over 17 years in a variety of accounting and financial capacities at publicly-held, start-up and emerging, technology companies. His expertise is helping these companies implement sound financial and operational systems that provide accurate reporting and scalability in support of their growth strategies. He served as CFO and treasurer, as well as vice president of accounting and finance, for Zix Corporation, a subscription-based, encrypted email software-as-a-service (SaaS) services provider that enables healthcare and financial institutions to comply with HIPAA and GLBA.
Prior to that, he served as director of finance at Amtech, a manufacturer of RFID products and services. Prior to joining Amtech, Wilson held accounting and finance positions at both publicly-held and privately-owned enterprises. Wilson is a licensed certified public accountant (CPA) with a degree in accounting from Point Park University, Pittsburgh, PA.
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