South Coast Circuits Hires Amanda Burgesser as VP of Business Development

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South Coast Circuits, a leading provider of PCB manufacturing and ATE services, announced Amanda Burgesser has joined the company as Vice President of Business Development. In this position, she will spearhead sales and interactions with customers on all levels to bring in new business and expand on existing relationships. 

Burgesser joins South Coast Circuits after three years of working as Chief Operating Officer for YTM Microsystems, an automotive electrical equipment manufacturing company. While there, she provided strategic direction for financial and operational investments, which allowed for new development and innovations.  Prior to TYM Microsystems, she was at Broadcom Corporation for nine years where she was responsible for leading the Automated Test Equipment (ATE) hardware development team.

“Amanda is a seasoned executive with an extensive background in the ATE industry and a strong customer-oriented focus,” said Victor Hemingway, President of South Coast Circuits. “She has a wealth of knowledge and we are proud to have her as a member of the team.”

As Vice President of Business Development, Burgesser will be responsible for bringing in new business and helping existing customers take advantage of South Coast Circuits’ newly expanded suite of quick-turn PCB services included HDI technology, rigid, flex, rigid-flex, and assembly.

“I am very pleased to be joining the company,” said Amanda Burgesser, VP of Business Development at South Coast Circuits. “South Coast Circuits in conjunction with Royal Circuit Solutions is a clear leader in the ATE and PCB manufacturing industries. The entire organization works with passion, integrity, and attention to detail, which I believe are essential for providing quality services. I’m looking forward to bringing my experience to South Coast Circuits and working hard to introduce many new companies to our outstanding quality, speed, and service.”


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