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Atdec strengthens its sales team to meet corporate and retail market demand
- 23 August, 2005 17:31
<p>Australian designer, manufacturer and exporter of visual display mounting systems, Atdec Pty Limited, has strengthened its NSW and ACT corporate and retail sales teams to meet growing demand in those markets and enhance the service to existing customers.</p>
<p>Allison Everson has been appointed NSW and ACT Corporate Account Manager and Justin O’Donnell has been appointed NSW and ACT Retail Account Manager.</p>
<p>“We’re fortunate to welcome Allison and Justin to our team who both come with prior experience with Atdec solutions,” said Wayne Hughes, Business Development Manager of Atdec. “This knowledge gives them a valuable edge when recommending a solution to prospective or existing customers.”</p>
<p>Prior to joining Atdec, Allison was State Account Manager for Visy, a supplier to Atdec. She also brings to the company her experience as Public Relations Manager for a major orthodontal practice and as Distribution Manager for Mitre Ten.</p>
<p>Justin joined Atdec with a strong knowledge of Atdec’s product range having been Account Manager with the company’s Queensland Distributor, Debretek. He also has held positions as Retail Manager for World Telecom and Area Manager for Optus Communications.</p>
<p>“Atdec has been developing and manufacturing visual display mounting systems for flat panel plasma and LCD TVs and monitors and projectors for more than 20 years, and we have been exporting successfully to overseas markets for 10 years,” said Wayne Hughes.</p>
<p>“With more than 8,000 variants in our range, we can provide a product to suit almost any corporate or retail display requirement as well as developing specific ranges for consumers. If there is an unusual need, we also can customise an existing mounting system or design and build a new solution,” he said.</p>
<p>Atdec partners with most of the key audio visual (AV) organisations such NEC, Hitachi, Fujitsu, Samsung, LG, BenQ, Sharp, Sony, Panasonic, Acer and IBM creating equipment to suit their individual products. These relationships and the company’s own research keeps it informed of worldwide trends ensuring its products meet consumer demand, style trends and emerging technology requirements.</p>
<p>Atdec’s corporate and retail customers include the top 5 banks, Qantas, Vodafone, Harvey Norman, Retravision, Telstra, Coles Myer, Woolworths, Royal Australian Navy, Powerhouse Museum and Hoyts Theatre Group.</p>
Established in 1998, Atdec is an Australian enterprise that designs and manufactures visual display mounting systems for electronic units such as computer monitors, display monitors, flat screen technology and televisions. In its role as industry specialists, it provides product to a broad range of clients including: banking & finance, corporate, government, hospitality, information technology, medical & health care, retail & tourism and commercial furniture suppliers.</p>
<p>Worldwide customers include Qantas, McDonalds, Merrill Lynch, CBS, Compaq, Morgan Stanley, Bloombergs, HermanMiller, Wells Fargo, London Underground, Cheesecake Factory, Pepboys, BHP Billiton and Westpac Bank. It also partners with most of the global electronics manufacturers designing and producing Atdec mounting solutions to complement their individual products. Visit our website at www.atdec.com.</p>
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