VirTex Appoint Jason Runge as Business Development Manager


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Electronic Manufacturing Service (EMS) provider VirTex has appointed Jason Runge business development manager, effective August 8, 2016.  Runge brings a wealth of industry experience and a strong business network to VirTex. With more than 20 years of electronics and mechanical manufacturing experience, Jason has operations expertise including supply chain, inventory and logistics, manufacturing, and testing, sales and marketing.

He has proven management experience with companies ranging in sales from $28 million to $130 million and is skilled at customer base business development for Fortune 500 companies to start-ups enterprises.  

With stellar marketing experience for major brands including; Halliburton, Schlumberger, Baker Hughes, BJ Services, Sensus Metering, Hart Intercivic and CJ Energy, Runge is a real asset to VirTex as they continue to invest in their business development and marketing strategy for growth.

In relation to his new appointment, Runge said, “I am excited and energized to take on a role with this great company and to be at the beginning of this next exciting chapter for VirTex.  Recent strategic partnership agreements allow us to build upon our leadership position and grow our market share and sales revenues in the markets of A&D, automotive, industrial and medical.”

Senior Vice President of Business Development Rick Polansky added, “As a proven and dynamic leader in our industry, Jason Runge has already been a major contributor to our VirTex strategic vision.  He is a natural fit for our business development organization, as we continue to deliver on our commitment to further develop regional manufacturing services and a smart supply chain solution.  Jason brings a unique blend of sales management experience and leadership qualities and has an expansive network of relationships on a regional and global basis with key technology people, customers and suppliers. I am proud and excited to have his caliber of senior sales leadership experience and vast industry knowledge as part of our VirTex team, further highlighting our ongoing mission to attract outstanding talent as we build the VirTex of the future."

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