Byron Center-based PRO-VISION Video Systems, a video tech company, appointed Michael Finn as president and Kevin Spalding as CFO.
Both executives have ties to West Michigan. Finn, a Grand Rapids native, most recently served as CEO-Americas and senior vice president of global sales at Redflex, a photo enforcement and traffic management provider.
“I am excited to join a growing business that serves a critical need for transportation and public safety,” Finn said. “We look forward to building upon PRO-VISION’s legacy of leadership and innovation.”
Finn previously held various executive positions in business strategy, operations, product management, global business development and real-time traffic services at NAVTEQ and its successor organization HERE Technologies. He is a graduate of Cornell University and the University of Michigan.
Spalding comes to PRO-VISION after an 18-year career with Novo Building Products in Zeeland, where he most recently served as its CFO. A Rockford native, Spalding worked as a senior accountant at Arthur Anderson in Grand Rapids prior to his time with Novo. Spalding is a graduate of Grand Valley State University.
“I am honored for the opportunity to join the PRO-VISION team,” Spalding said. “With a strong team, great product and advanced technology, we have great potential to scale the company and provide significant value to our customers.”
Founded in 2003, PRO-VISION is a video technology solutions provider with client organizations in 58 countries. Products and services include vehicle video recording systems, body-worn cameras, data management and cloud-based storage solutions.