Noregon Systems has made significant changes in its sales and marketing department.
Effective immediately, Greg Reimmuth has been promoted to senior vice president of sales and marketing for Noregon.
For the last three years, Reimmuth has served as vice president of sales and marketing for Noregon’s Aftermarket division where he oversaw the rapid sales growth of the company’s JPRO Commercial Vehicle Diagnostics solution. In his new role, Noregon says Reimmuth will be responsible for all Noregon product sales and marketing programs including: OEM/OES, Custom Solutions, Telematics, Military, Aftermarket Distribution and Global Business Development.
In conjunction, Noregon says it has added to and realigned the sales team dedicated to supporting the company’s very aggressive sales growth strategies.
Henry Prentice, vice president of custom solutions, has been given expanded responsibilities for many key account relationships and will continue to focus on developing long-term relationships and partnerships within both telematics service providers and OEMs in the commercial vehicle industry, the company says.
Rob Burns also has joined Noregon and will assume the newly created position of global business development director. Burns comes to Noregon from Navistar. He will be primarily focused on developing the JPRO Commercial Vehicle Diagnostics business in truck OEM/OES dealerships – both in the US and globally, the company says.
Additionally, Brandon Cox, who recently joined Noregon as a strategic account manager, will be taking primary account management responsibility for Noregon’s military market as well as continuing to be the primary account manager for Noregon’s OEM customers, the company says.