For the past 12 years, Jack Cabasso has acted as the Managing Director of Sales for Aventura Technologies, Inc., in Hauppauge, New York. Aventura provides specialty solutions in video surveillance. In this role, he works closely with government clients and oversees related sales operations. He also spends time researching and identifying government procurements, programs, and funding initiatives. Cabasso’s efforts have led the sales team to grow the company from a small start-up to a major manufacturer. His training has allowed a group of application engineers to meet the specific needs of customers by encouraging give-and-take between the customer and the Aventura representative. In addition, Jack Cabasso collaborated with Washington, D.C. officials to construct a security solution for the U.S. capital city, a complex proposition.
Jack Cabasso shares his expertise with clients on the Aventura website regarding many security-related topics, including Internet protocol (IP) versus analog cameras for video surveillance. As Aventura provides both solutions, Cabasso acknowledges that analog options cost less, but that IP versions provide high-definition images with greater numbers of megapixels. Both camera types compress images, although the quality tends to be better with analog versions. Image transmission varies depending on whether a municipality chooses an IP or analog camera configuration. IP cameras send images to servers, which require regular maintenance. Analog cameras submit information to monitors or video recorders.
A proud New York resident, Jack Cabasso supports a number of charitable organizations, including the American Red Cross, the American Cancer Society, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, and the Jewish Communal Fund. In his free time, Cabasso participates in numerous outdoor activities, such as skiing, boating, and golfing.