Atlona Technologies increases their Sales force

Even in the face of a struggling economy, Atlona Technologies stands above its competitors, announcing today the hiring of additional sales representatives in order to keep up with the needs of a growing client base.

San Jose - February 12, 2009 - Atlona Technologies, a leading manufacturer of Audio/Video connectivity solutions, has announced new initiatives within their sales department in order to remain successful throughout 2009 and beyond. With the current status of the U.S. economy Atlona has diversified, finding new markets to carry the company through the recession. The success of these strategies has prompted the hiring of additional Sales representatives. In this sales workforce enhancement, they have the ability to work closely with more of their dealer base in order to increase sales throughout their entire channel.


Atlona dealers have benefitted from the additional sales leads as well as effective local marketing, showing a substantial increase in revenue and customer base. Atlona Technologies plans to continue these trends throughout 2009 in hopes of rendering its entire sales channel recession -proof.

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For more information, press only:
Marketing Manager, Joshua Carlson (408) 954 -8782 ext 123, JCarlson@atlona.com

For more information, sales only:
V.P. of Sales, Jim Savitskiy (408) 954 -8782 ext 118, Jim@atlona.com

For more information on Atlona Products:
http://www.atlona.com

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