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Manufacturing/Services / Software & CAD / Test and Measurement / Transmission-Line Components

Auriga Welcomes New Hires

October 26, 2006
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Auriga Measurement Systems LLC announced the addition of Ted Lewis as director of global sales. Lewis has over 20 years of experience of growing sales and building strong customer relations. Previous to Auriga, Lewis was self-employed as a consultant providing specialized services in the development of sales and customer-centered organizations. In addition, Lewis was head of worldwide sales and marketing at Unitek Benchmark in Goffstown, NH, a capital equipment manufacturer serving the micro-electronics industry. At Auriga, Lewis will refine and establish Auriga's Global Sales Strategy and Global Sales Channels to grow sales in the three core business lines of Modeling & Design Services, Characterization Instruments and Test & Measurement Systems, including the ATE Synthetic Instrument Business. Lewis will be instrumental in helping Auriga to continue to broaden engineering capabilities and consulting activities to support the modeling, design and manufacturing efforts of its customers. In addition, Auriga announced the addition of Agostino Augie Papetti as director of global marketing. Papetti has 40 years of experience of focusing on Global Marketing and building strong customer relations. Previous to Auriga, Papetti was employed by Agilent Technologies and Hewlett Packard in a variety of sales and marketing positions focusing on the Microwave and Millimeter-wave Business segments, the Aerospace and Defense Market, and the GaAs Foundry Infrastructure. Papetti was also the co-founder of ATN Microwave and brings his entrepreneurial spirit to Auriga. At Auriga, Papetti will refine Auriga's strategy to grow the Global Marketing enterprise to support the three Core Auriga Business lines of Modeling and Design Services, Characterization Instruments and Test and Measurement Systems.

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