SmartWater CSI Announces New President Logan Pierson
Fort Lauderdale, FL – SmartWater CSI, LLC™, a cutting edge, high technology company with an established track record of crime deterrence and theft reduction in the United Kingdom, has named Logan Pierson president of their newly established U.S. operations. Pierson brings more than 30 years of experience to his new role, having a record of success in global sales and marketing, finance, operations and public policy in both corporate and start-up environments.
“We welcome Logan’s experience and leadership to SmartWater CSI,” said Phil Cleary, founder of SmartWater. “In his role as president, he will lead the development, management and growth strategies of our North American initiatives, introducing SmartWater technology to the U.S. His knowledge in the high-tech industry and ability to think strategically will play a pivotal role in our expansion into North America.”
“SmartWater has become the unrivaled leader as a theft deterrent in the UK,” commented Pierson. “We have many of the same challenges with metal and cable theft here in the U.S.and expect that SmartWater technology will be an effective deterrent and most welcome solution.”
Prior to joining SmartWater CSI, Pierson was a senior executive with JM Family Enterprises. He successfully created three high-tech entrepreneurial ventures and is founder of Wind Power Systems, LLC. Pierson is a graduate of Auburn University, an NCAA All-American and a former Top 25 World Ranked swimmer.
About SmartWater CSI, LLC
SmartWater is an asset protection system in the form of a clear liquid which contains a unique forensic code that is invisible except under ultraviolet black light and can be scientifically analyzed to identify a rightful owner. Utilized in the UK for more than 15 years, it has established a proven track record for achieving significant reductions in crime by as much as 72% and has assisted more than 1,000 criminal convictions. Major organizations such as British Telecom, Shell Oil and others are protecting their metal and cable infrastructures with SmartWater. Insurers in the UK are offering it to their policy holders.