Nautronix Sales Team Continues to Grow

SeaDiscovery.com
Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Bob Barrett, Global Sales Manager – NASNet (left) and Donald Thomson, VP Sales, Global Commercial Acoustics

Through water communication and positioning technology company, Nautronix, announced a new appointment within the sales team.

Experienced Business Development Manager, Donald Thomson has been appointed as the company’s VP Sales, Global Commercial Acoustics. He will assume direct responsibility for sales in the global marketplace of Nautronix’ product lines; NASCoM Wireless Controls, NASDrill Vessels Systems and NASDive Diver Communications. Prior to joining Nautronix, Donald worked as a hydrographic surveyor before gaining his experience in sales and business development through previous positions at MDL, Nautronix, Schlumberger and latterly One Subsea.

Bob Barrett who has been with Nautronix for several months will move into the role of Global Sales Manager for NASNet. He will be responsible for sales and understanding of NASNet positioning technology. Prior to joining Nautronix, Bob gained his experience in sales through previous positions within the aerospace and oil and gas industry.

Mark Patterson, CEO, commented, “Following a number of years of rapid growth we have recognized we need to increase our sales efforts within Nautronix. I am delighted to have Donald back at Nautronix and focusing his and Bob’s efforts on the opportunities we have for our product lines. Their efforts will enable us to continue to grow and develop the business further.”

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