Datapath's US Appointment
Engineered visual solutions provider Datapath has appointing Greg Dieckhaus as its sales manager for the Southeastern United States.
With an AV career spanning over 30 years, Greg brings extensive experience to the Datapath team, with successful roles at some of the biggest names in the US AV industry including; AVI-SPL, Starin and Whitlock. His new role will see him managing Datapath customers throughout Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi, South Carolina and North Carolina.
Effective immediately, the new appointment has Greg excited about the future. He explains: “In various guises, Datapath technology has been the bedrock of control room technology and quality AV systems here in the US for years and I’m delighted to bring my experience to the team. Datapath has a hugely impressive product portfolio, and after seeing a glimpse of what technology they have planned for 2019, it promises to be an exciting time. I’m relishing the opportunity to service Datapath’s established South East US customer base, along with delivering new projects with new customers.”
Greg is the latest addition to Datapath’s regional sales team covering the US, Canada and beyond. Managed by Director of Sales (Americas) Mark Bohs, Datapath has specialist teams for the Eastern Seaboard, Central US, North US and West Coast, as well as a dedicated team for Latin America.
Darin Crosby, VP Global Sales, said: "Here at Datapath, we aim to provide the highest levels of sales support in the industry. To do that, we require the highest calibre of personnel and Greg is the perfect addition to our established regional US teams. With his robust AV industry history, Greg brings experience from all sides - including integration, distribution and sales. He is a strong asset to our US operations and, with key product developments planned for this year, we look forward to achieving great things together."
The appointment coincides with Greg Babbs returning to Europe after a highly successful two years in the US. Babbs will continue to manage Datapath customers in Latin America as he moves to a sales management role for Spain and the Iberia region.