Intellian Appoints New Director of VSAT Sales for The Americas
by Paul Comyns on 17 Nov 2010
Intellian, the world’s technological leader in marine satellite antennas, announced today that it has selected David M. Quarders as its new Director of VSAT Sales for the Americas. A seasoned veteran in both marine electronics and the communications industries, Mr. Quarders will drive sales growth for Intellian’s extensive VSAT communication antenna line.
'We are very proud to have David join the Intellian team,' said Eric Sung, president and CEO of Intellian. 'Intellian has experienced tremendous growth in the Americas in just a few short years. I am confident that with David on board, leading sales growth for our VSAT solutions, we are poised for even greater success.'
Mr. Quarders has over twenty years of direct and indirect sales and marketing experience in the defense, shipping, oil and gas, and boating industries. In his new position, he will draw on his extensive broadband services and systems hardware knowledge to drive Intellian’s VSAT sales efforts. Mr. Quarders is based in the new Seattle-area Intellian office. Outside of the workplace, he enjoys spending time with his family, traveling and working on his golf game.
About Intellian Technologies, Inc:
Intellian is the global leader in maritime satellite communication antenna systems. Founded in 2004, the fastest growing company in the industry, Intellian has delivered over 13,000 antennas in just five years. Intellian offers a full line of VSAT communications and satellite TVRO antennas for recreational boats and ocean vessels in the commercial, oil & gas markets, and the military. Intellian exports its product to 6 continents and over 40 countries and has established 300 contracted dealers and a support network worldwide. Intellian is headquartered in Seoul, South Korea and has a U.S. operation in Irvine, California.
For more information on Intellian or its entire line of marine stabilized VSAT communications antenna systems, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.intelliantech.com.
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