Whizz Systems Strengthens Team with New Director of Sales & Marketing


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Whizz Systems, Inc., the award-winning premier provider of electronics product design, development, and manufacturing services located in the heart of the Silicon Valley, announced the appointment of Dan Williams as Director, Sales & Marketing.

Dan is a proven sales executive with a consistent track record of hitting or exceeding quotas. He brings a unique depth of experience that will mesh well with the Whizz team, and the values of the company.

“I am very happy to be joining the Whizz Team,” commented Dan. “My aim is to broaden our efforts in connecting this extremely capable organization to clients not only in Silicon Valley, but worldwide”.

With over 20 years of experience in the EMS industry, sales, and marketing, Dan’s background includes identifying and selling advanced engineering services to a select group of target accounts from startups through Fortune 100 Companies. He is skilled at telling the company story and negotiating high-value deals and contracts, and boasts a deep understanding of the sales process from prospecting to closing the sale.

“We are excited to have Dan on our team at Whizz,” added Muhammad Irfan, President, Whizz Systems. “Though 2020 was a challenging year for most companies, at Whizz we are growing and looking to leverage Dan’s passion for developing new usiness opportunities to make 2021 a banner year.”

Over the last 20 years, Whizz Systems has invested in its engineers with the best technologies and practices to provide the best service and products in the industry. With in-house world-class manufacturing, the company prides itself in being equipped to successfully design, develop and manufacture the products that its customers need in today’s rapidly advancing market.

Whether a client has a single need or requires the entire suite of product design and development, Whizz Systems is a partner and an extension of its clients resources at any and every step along the journey.

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