SecurTek Appoints Katrine White as new President and CEO

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SecurTek Monitoring Solutions Inc. Board of Directors introduced Katrine White as SecurTek’s new President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), effective immediately.

SecurTek is a wholly-owned subsidiary of SaskTel and provides commercial and residential security, video and medical monitoring to customers across Canada through its monitoring centres in Yorkton, Saskatchewan and Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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“I am pleased to welcome Katrine White as SecurTek’s new President and CEO,” said Doug Burnett, SecurTek Board Chair and SaskTel President and CEO. “Katrine’s strong leadership skills and sharp business acumen have served both her and SaskTel extremely well in her tenure and I, along with the rest of the SecurTek Board of Directors, are confident in her ability to lead SecurTek and our extensive dealer network.”

As SaskTel’s Vice President of Consumer Sales and Solutions, Katrine has led the teams responsible to drive revenue and customer experience for key portfolios including Wireless, Internet, and smartHOME services. Katrine is also responsible for SaskTel’s marketing team as well as the consumer sales channels which include SaskTel’s call centres, corporate stores, authorized dealers, and echannel. Katrine will also retain her responsibilities as Vice president Consumer Sales and Services until such time as a replacement can be named.

“I’m honoured to serve as the next President and CEO for SecurTek and I am excited for the opportunity to lead the SecurTek team and our valuable dealer partners to continued success,” said Katrine White, SecurTek President and CEO.

Operating monitoring centres leverages SaskTel’s network management and process expertise to provide value added services. Through their dealer program, SecurTek partners with 227 independently owned firms including retail, wholesale and servicing dealers who provide security sales and service expertise to their customers. SecurTek’s head office is located in Yorkton, Saskatchewan and the company employs approximately 130 FTEs.


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