Nautronix Strengthen Sales Force

Press Release
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Tony Evans, VP Sales, NASNet

Nautronix specialists in through water communications and positioning technologies, has announced the appointment of 3 Vice Presidents to their sales team.


Experienced subsea development manager, Dan Williams, is serving as the company’s VP Sales, Commercial Acoustics. In his new role, Dan will assume direct responsibility for building the awareness of Nautronix ADS² technology in the global marketplace. He will also facilitate the company’s development in the diver communications market. Prior to joining Nautronix, Dan gained his experience in sales and business development through previous positions at subsea equipment manufacturers Reson and latterly Kongsberg.


Tony Evans also joined the company as VP Sales, NASNet. Tony is responsible for developing the awareness and understanding of NASNet positioning technology; the broadcast-only system for ultra-deepwater vessels and managing the field sales activities therein. Tony has a solid reputation in the industry, built across the subsea construction and engineering sector.


Nautronix are also pleased to announce the appointment of Edward H. Smyth as VP Sales, Americas. Ed brings over 30 years of oil and gas sales and business development experience to Nautronix having spent the last 20 years in senior positions at ABB and Baker Hughes in Houston, Ed is well positioned to front the head of Nautronix Houston operations.


In addition to the new sales recruits, Nautronix has recently appointed an experienced marketing professional, Suzanne Menzies. Tasked with managing the international marketing activities including enhancing the company’s global image and communications, Suzanne will report directly to Dan Williams.


Mark Patterson, CEO Nautronix, comments:  “In the past 18 months Nautronix has seen tremendous growth and our business can only grow further, so it is vital we resource ourselves in key hydrocarbon regions such as Aberdeen, Houston, Brazil and Norway. I am delighted to have Dan, Tony and Ed on our management team and Suzanne who will front our international marketing activity.”

  • Dan Williams, VP Sales, Commercial Acoustics

    Dan Williams, VP Sales, Commercial Acoustics

  • Ed Smyth, VP Sales, Americas

    Ed Smyth, VP Sales, Americas

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