ABLOY USA Promotes Edgar Marquez

ABLOY USA has promoted 13-year veteran Edgar Marquez to the role of CLIQ System Specialist. In his new position, he also serves as one of four team members of the company’s new U.S. Com-petence Center and reports to Michael Woody, ABLOY Customer Success & CLIQ Competence Center Manager.

Marquez’s rise through the ranks at ABLOY USA began in 2007. First hired as a factory worker, he handled a variety of different tasks ranging from working on the production line to shipping. His de-dication and hard work paid off when he was elevated to the Production Manager position in 2014. In his new job, he works with a team that performs troubleshooting, offers technical expertise to cus-tomers, and fills orders for ABLOY PROTEC2 CLIQ™ locks and key systems.

Marquez says working for ABLOY USA is more enjoyable than at any other time in his career be-cause the work is challenging and fulfilling.

”The biggest challenge right now is learning as much as possible in the shortest amount of time so I can help our clients enjoy better service. The best part of my job is when the customer is satisfied,” said Marquez, who is a single father with a 7-year-old son. ”Through the years I have never stopped learning new things. With this opportunity, I want to help new generations of the Abloy family dream and believe that everything is possible if you work hard.”

In his free time, Marquez likes to play and watch soccer and is a big fan of the Club America de Mexico team based in Mexico City.

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