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Atlona Adds Scott Varner to North American Sales Team

Atlona announces Scott Varner as the new Regional Sales Manager, Northeast vacated by Adam Griffin, who was promoted to Director of Sales and Business Development. Varner assumes all sales and channel management responsibilities in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic areas.

“Market research shows that virtually every space where people connect computers or personal devices to a screen will incorporate wireless connectivity,” said Varner. “Atlona’s recent innovations in this space, such as the WAVE-101 wireless collaboration solution, are built specifically to help people connect wirelessly and share the content without difficulty. Our partners are finding an increased business with enterprises and universities throughout my region, and Atlona has developed the right product portfolio to win business with their end customers.”

Varner’s career began in the residential AV market, where he specialized in home theater and audio sales, training, and account development for nearly 25 years. Varner’s diverse professional experience includes years of experience working with Atlona’s core customer base of dealers, distributors, manufacturer representatives, and systems integrators. He intends to leverage his experience to build Atlona’s channel throughout his region, with the goal of increasing Atlona’s brand visibility and market share.

“Scott’s experience working with customers and system architectures across the AV spectrum makes him perfectly suited for this role,” said Griffin. “His account management and training background will bring exceptional value while working with existing Atlona partners, and recruiting new ones, to continue raising Atlona’s profile throughout the busy Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions.”

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