11/11/2005 - TEK Microsystems, Inc. announced that it has added three new regional sales managers to its US field sales organization. This is a significant expansion for the Company that has been driven by the market acceptance and demand of the advanced signal processing. data acquisition, and I/O products recently introduced.
Joining TEK Microsystems, Inc this month are: John DeLeo of Moorpark, CA as western regional sales manager, Dennis Rakocy of Chanhassen, MN as midwest regional sales manager, and Brad Stamp of Hollis, NH as northeast regional sales manager. All are successful embedded systems industry veterans with considerable experience working with customers in the demanding military and commercial applications that TEK Microsystems serves.
Paul Martino, TEK Microsystems’ vice president of sales, marketing and customer support comments, "Our latest Jazz products and our partnership with QinetiQ have fueled record growth for Tekmicro. Program wins, such as the recent Northrop Grumman E2D Hawkeye, are driving our continued expansion in all areas of the company. Each of the new sales managers has an established track record of developing solid sales success in his area and I am confident that they will be strong contributors to our future growth and success."
About TEK Microsystems, Inc.
Founded in 1981 and headquartered in Chelmsford, Massachusetts, TEK Microsystems, Inc., designs, manufactures and markets a wide range of advanced high-performance boards and systems for embedded real-time computing systems. Tekmicro’s comprehensive product line includes advanced carrier boards based on widely adopted industry standards and more than 30 PMC/XMC cards. These products are used in real-time systems designed for data acquisition, instrumentation, control systems and signal processing in customer applications such as reconnaissance, signals intelligence, satellite telemetry, mine detection, medical imaging, radar, sonar, semiconductor inspection and seismic research.
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