Houston, TX (PRWEB) December 30, 2012
Hüper Optik USA, a pioneer of the first multi-layered, true nano-ceramic window film, has hired John Yard as
Vice-President National Sales, effective December 1st. Mr. Yard has been in the Window Film Industry for over 11 years and has worked in many different levels of the industry. His experience from working with another Manufacturer, a large Nationwide Dealer of Huper Optik and owner of Viewpoint Industries, an Exclusive Distributor of Huper Optik. Mr. Yard's experience at each level will provide an in depth knowledge to improve support of our new Dealers as they enter the Huper Optik Network. A significant focus for Mr. Yard will be to develop Commercial Sales and support an Industry Innovating Master Account Program to provide support to our Network Partners on National Accounts.
“I look forward to fitting in to the Huper Optik Family of Partners. To be able to develop a program of National Account support for the Partners of Huper Optik is exciting and unprecedented in the Window Film Industry.” said Yard.
A frequent AIA and ASID continuing education contributor, Yard works in developing Teams to deliver the best possible solution to his customer.
“We are excited to add John to the Huper Optik family” , said Director of Business Development Harry Rahman. “He will help us bridge the gap between our customers and their customers through his extensive range of experience. John’s addition helps enhance our support structure for our Dealer Network Alliance (DNA).”
Huper Optik USA is a market leader in German engineered, multi-layered nano-ceramic and traditional solar control film technology, providing energy savings and security solutions for commercial, residential, automotive and marine industries through a strategic network of authorized dealers in the United States, Mexico, South America and Canada. The company, which celebrated its 10 year anniversary in 2010, is known for its innovations in ceramics, including its patented dual layer, nano-ceramics, neutral toned products, with low interior reflectivity.