Actall Expands Focus in the US and Canada

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Mousseau hired to meet and support Native American and First Nations' security needs

Actall Corporation has announced the hiring of Oliver “Butch” Mousseau as an Account Executive. An enrolled member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe (South Dakota), Mousseau will focus primarily on Actall applications within Native American and Inuit communities within the United States and Canada. Prior to Actall Corporation, Mousseau has worked on a variety of economic, social and job development programs with Native American Tribes.

“Increasing our presence within the Native American and Inuit Law Enforcement Communities has been one of our leading goals for some time”, said Bob Hampe, President of Actall. “Butch’s background and expertise will afford us the opportunity to forge a greater partnership with Tribal communities. We are very excited to push forward.”

“I am honored to have been chosen by Actall to enhance their vision and their commitment to helping the ‘Greater Good’ of Native American communities", remarked Mousseau. In addition to his extensive business and partnership development experience, Mousseau is a Professional Ice Hockey Referee – the first full-blooded North American Native to officiate in the National Hockey League. Butch and his wife Macaire reside in Superior, Colorado and have three children; SJ (11), Abbie (8) and Olivia (19m).

About Actall Corporation.
Founded in 1994, Actall was started by lifetime Entrepreneur Erv Tallman, as a reseller of wireless security devices for commercial applications. Since then, Actall has evolved into a leading edge OEM in Wireless Security and an innovative provider of Electronic Manufacturing Services to OEMs in the Justice, Transportation and Health Care markets.

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