In line with its commitment to increase customer support in the US, Italian audio specialists Powersoft has welcomed three new employees to its US office in Flanders, New Jersey.
Peter Robinson (pictured centre) – whose industry experience includes more than 25 years as a system integrator and speaker designer – joins Powersoft as consultant liaison with immediate effect. Providing oversight and management for large scale projects, Robinson will also assist consultants, architects, engineers and end-users, coordinating the efforts of Powersoft’s solutions engineering team.
Robinson, who has previously worked alongside Powersoft’s US general manager, Tom Knesel, is thrilled to have the opportunity to work with him once again in this new position: “We worked closely together in the past to achieve our goals as a team,” he said. “ I am convinced Powersoft is the number one brand of amplifiers in the world. The engineering considerations are world class and the DSP is best in class.”
Evelyn Caruso (pictured left) joins Powersoft as inside sales coordinator in the United States, bringing over 20 years of experience in industrial sales support, distribution and manufacturing to the newly created position. Caruso will be responsible for the coordination and execution of sales and customer support, as well as assisting the US sales team with forecasting reports.
Collaborating with others and truly getting to know the customer base, is the first port of call for Caruso who believes Powersoft to be a “progressive company with so much potential for the future”.
Powersoft’s third US appointment is recently graduated, Zach Wenzler (pictured right) who takes on the role of solutions engineer. With a particular flare for circuits design and structural analysis, Wenzler hopes to bring new ideas and innovations to further improve Powersoft’s approach to technical support.
“I salute Powersoft’s approach to trust young individuals to keep the company growing and thriving in current and new markets,” he said. “To be a part of a growing company is an honour, especially when it comes to being one of the first engineers in the US location.”
Powersoft’s growing presence in the US recently lead to an office relocation to more sizeable space in Flanders, New Jersey. The office expansion not only benefits the current customer base, but facilitates overall growth of the team and of the company. Caruso, Wenzler and Robinson will be based in the new office, reporting to Tom Knesel, Powersoft’s US general manager.
“We are delighted to welcome the three new hires the US Powersoft team,” said Knesel. “With the skills and knowledge they respectively bring to their roles, it’s another exciting step for Powersoft in growing its reputation in the US.”