Elite Interactive Solutions internally promotes for new President

Michael Zatulov - Elite Interactive

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Elite Interactive Solutions (EIS) has promoted its COO Michael Zatulov to President of the company.

Since joining Elite Interactive in 2018, the company says Zatulov has been integral in leading the business to double-digit year-over-year growth, substantial increases in recurring monthly revenue (RMR) and low single-digit customer attrition.

“Michael has done an exceptional job managing a multitude of responsibilities directly related to Elite’s tremendous success in recent years,” said EIS Founder Aria Kozak, who will remain in his CEO role.

“Michael’s high-level thinking and keen aptitude for managing both the financial and operational sides of the company have made his promotion to President exceedingly well deserved.”

“Proactive security”

“I am honored, excited and grateful to have the opportunity to help lead Elite’s amazing team achieve new levels of success and market penetration,” said Zatulov.

“This is a fantastic industry for a multitude of reasons — including fast-advancing technology, marketplace demand and fulfilling the need to provide essential public services — and Elite is ideally positioned to remain at the forefront of progressive and proactive security solutions.”

Zatulov has more than a decade of experience at the executive level of complex organizations with a focus on technology companies.

Prior to joining Elite Interactive, he served as a senior executive at a private equity firm focused on lower-middle market acquisitions where he directly oversaw operations of several publicly recognized brands.

He began his career as a CPA where he was involved in both business consulting and tax strategy practices.

Zatulov received a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the University of California, Los Angeles as well as an MBA from the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California.

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