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Electronics assembly provider Acromag Inc. recently announced a reorganization of its Embedded Solutions and Process Automation Divisions. This reorganization will better align product planning with customer needs and to strengthen the sales channels.
As part of the restructure, Russell J. Nieves accepted the position of vice president of sales, and Robert M. Greenfield accepted the position of business development manager.
Nieves has been employed at Acromag for more than six years. He has held the positions of international sales manager and director of sales for their Embedded Solutions Division. As vice president of sales, Russ will be responsible for growing sales and to establish a culture of success for both the Embedded Solutions and Process Automation Divisions sales channels.
Greenfield has been employed at Acromag for more than 27 years. He has held the positions of marketing communications manager and director of sales and marketing in their Process Automation Division. As business development manager, Robert will be responsible for new product planning and business strategies.
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