Insituware Announces 2022 Top Hat Awards to Top Three Reps


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Insituware LLC, the developer of the first smart measurement solution for quality control of materials, is pleased to announce that it presented the 2022 Top Hat Awards to the top three reps of the year during the recent 2022 IPC APEX EXPO in San Diego. The criteria for the Top Hat Awards include product line launch support, sales performance, and tenaciousness and drive.

The 2022 Top Hat Awards winners are:

RON TORENKO – Torenko & Associates

For actively promoting and launching Insituware’s product lines in his territory.

DAVID SMITH – Horizon Sales

For sales performance and overwhelming commitment to servicing customers' needs in his territory.

DAVE MURRIN – Ark Manufacturing

For sales performance in his territory and his contribution of valuable insights in support of Insituware's new products.

Insituware’s representative team provides world-class customer sales and support while Insituware continues to develop new materials control solutions for manufacturers to help them drive towards Industry 4.0. The proven, award-winning Vision MARK-1 device is powered by analytical sensors, machine learning, and cloud-based technology to bring materials control solutions right on the factory floor.

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