Welcome, Kenny McCuien!
CTG is happy to welcome Kenny McCuien, who is joining the company as Account Executive, DMS Solutions. Kenny will serve the U.S. market, where he will help law enforcement agencies and telecommunications companies address one of their most pressing challenges today - how to manage requests for information while ensuring the lawful retention, disclosure, and use of data gained from electronic and voice communication records.
“The facts and tactical context that electronic and voice communication records offer can be of great value in fighting and preventing crime, but the ad hoc process of requesting information and responding to subpoenas can be a time-consuming and laborious process for service providers and agencies,” said Graham Ring, managing director DMS, and managing director of CTG’s operations in the United Kingdom. Our disclosure management system (DMS) has already proven its’ ability to radically streamline the entire process for all involved, and Kenny will spearhead our efforts to present these same benefits to agencies and service providers in the U.S.
DMS provides the ability for agencies to request information via a self-service interface and enabled a U.K. telecom provider to save the equivalent of more than $2 million annually through a 90 percent reduction in administrative tasks related to governmental surveillance and investigation requests while providing law enforcement agencies with much faster access to lawfully disclosed information.
“CTG’s DMS is more than a successful business solution, it’s also a powerful asset in the effort to fight and prevent crime,” said McCuien. “I hope to help our law enforcement communities and the telecommunications industry here in the U.S. utilize this powerful technology for the greatest impact to their organizations, while simultaneously drawing on its inherent ability to safeguard privacy rights.”
Kenny has extensive experience working at video surveillance firms and in the telecommunications industry where he spent more than seven years at AT&T, most recently as a government account manager.
Welcome to CTG, Kenny!