VAN NUYS, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Electro Rent Corporation (Nasdaq: ELRC) today announced that Eric Williams has been promoted to the newly created position of Vice President, Sales in recognition of his contribution to Electro Rent since joining the company from Agilent in 2009.
“Eric has been a great asset to Electro Rent since joining us five years ago, helping build the Agilent sales team at Electro Rent into a highly professional and effective organization,” said Dan Greenberg, CEO of Electro Rent. “I am confident that Eric’s extensive sales and sales management skills will continue to be put to good use to grow our business in North America, providing customers with smart and flexible solutions and new ideas.”
Prior to his promotion, Williams was Electro Rent’s National Sales Director for the company’s Agilent sales channel. Before joining Electro Rent, Williams held a number of sales and sales management positions with increasing responsibility for Agilent from 1999 to 2009. He previously spent 16 years with Hewlett-Packard Company, holding a number of sales and sales management positions. Williams earned his MBA in Finance and International Business from George Washington University and his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Clarkson University.
Williams will report to Senior Vice President, North American Sales, Herb Ostenberg.
“I have worked alongside Eric for most of his career at Agilent and Hewlett-Packard,” said Ostenberg. “It has been a pleasure to continue our working relationship here at Electro Rent. Together, we are motivating the entire sales organization to build deeper and more meaningful relationships with our customers.”
About Electro Rent
Electro Rent Corporation (www.ElectroRent.com) is one of the largest global organizations devoted to the rental, leasing and sales of general purpose electronic test equipment, personal computers and servers.
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