John Stevenson takes over at Excelsys USA
Excelsys Technologies, a leader in high efficiency ac/dc power supplies for mission critical Medical, Industrial, Communication, Mil-COTS and LED lighting applications, announces the appointment of John Stevenson as Vice President, North American Sales. John comes from Norvell Electronics where he was National Sales Manager.
“Excelsys is committed to providing best in class high power density, high efficiency power solutions with outstanding customer support in the North American market” states Gary Duffy, Excelsys CEO. “John’s relationships, history and success with Excelsys products specifically, and his knowledge and expertise in the marketing of power components and value added power solutions to OEM customers in the industrial, medical and military markets will help Excelsys win in this space”. Mr. Duffy adds, “John Stevenson has a proven track record of success in the power component, power solution and value added power systems markets. His understanding of the market and the critical issues facing our customers makes him an excellent choice to lead our Sales efforts in the USA”.
With over 24 years of experience in the technical sales, electronics and the power supply industry, John has held senior sales and sales management roles with Omnirel Corporation, Vicor Corporation, PictureTel Corporation, Wakefield Thermal Solutions and Norvell Electronics. John received his BS degree from The University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT.
Excelsys Technologies also announces the retirement of Jim Oursler as Vice President North American Sales. Jim has held this role since 2005 and has managed the growth of the Excelsys North American Sales and Organisation. Mr Duffy added, “Jim has done an outstanding job for Excelsys over the past 8 years growing our North American business from scratch to become 40% of our global revenues. His contribution to the management team at Excelsys has been immense and I am delighted that Jim will continue his involvement with our company initially in a consulting role and later on our advisory board.”