Adding Ted to the WeldComputer team is a very positive step forward.
TROY, N.Y. (PRWEB) May 02, 2018
WeldComputer Corporation announced today that Ted Clayton has been hired as the company’s Director of Sales. In his new position, Clayton will be responsible for sales and marketing planning, as well managing overall marketing efforts. His scope of duties will include growing new end user and channel partner relationships, managing distributors and creating direct sales.
With over 30 years of experience serving Fortune 500 manufacturing, small and mid-market industrial companies, Clayton brings broad experience in sales, marketing, program management and strategic planning. This skill set will help WeldComputer continue to open new markets as the company expands beyond its original focus on aerospace, defense and military, into a broad spectrum of markets including medical, electronics, automotive, appliance, industrial and general manufacturing.
According to WeldComputer CEO Bob Cohen, “Adding Ted to the WeldComputer team is a very positive step forward. He will help us to grow our business and enhance our visibility in the marketplace, while our engineering team continues to focus on what they do best: innovation, customer service, and problem-solving the unique challenges that confront today’s industrial welding industry.”
Clayton comes to WeldComputer from Facility Solutions Group, a national electrical contractor specializing in LED lighting rollouts, where he was regional director of sales. Before that, he spent nearly 25 years at Kaman Industrial Technologies Corporation, where he managed strategic initiatives, technology marketing and business for the company. He holds a Master of Business Administration and Technology Management from the University of Phoenix in Arizona, and earned a Bachelor of Science Electrical Engineering at Union College in Schenectady, NY.
WeldComputer Corporation manufactures a broad line of welding controls and monitors for commercial, military and aerospace resistance welding applications. WeldComputer® controls and monitors work with spot, projection, seam, flash, butt, stud and capacitive discharge welding equipment to improve weld quality, increase weld consistency and throughput, reduce scrap, and improve worker safety, helping to reduce costs and improve quality assurance beyond what can be achieved with conventional equipment. WeldComputer® adaptive controls have been granted military approval to eliminate destructive testing.