Altronix Ramps Up Customer Support With New Sales Position

Altronix announces the creation of a national accounts manager position that enables the company to best support its expanding line of systems-based power products. The company has tapped security industry veteran Ronnie Pennington to join Altronix in this position.

“The addition of Ronnie as national accounts manager will help Altronix better serve our expanding client roster and reseller partners,” said Alan Forman, president, Altronix.

As national accounts manager, Pennington’s primary responsibility will be to provide product and systems support for the company’s core products and continually expanding solutions that provide “more than just power.” Additionally, he will play an instrumental role in educating security professionals on current and new product introductions.

Pennington has been providing technical solutions and sales support to the physical security industry since serving in the U.S. Marine Corps. Over the last six years, he has held the position of sales manager for a professional security manufacturers’ rep firm, and previously has held various management/installation positions with prominent security system integrators.

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