Las Vegas, NV – Abracon, LLC (Abracon), a leading global manufacturer of frequency control, timing, synchronization, RF, connectivity, and power component solutions awards the 2018 Executive Partnership Award to Heather Goldsmith, director of product marketing at Future Electronics. Heather previously received the 2016 Executive Partnership Award.
The Executive Partnership award is presented to an individual who most closely aligns with Abracon’s guiding principles of prompt and diligent customer service, technical expertise, and high levels of integrity that build value with customers. Effective asset management practices and a committed strategy of investment in Abracon inventory compliment these qualities, helping customers find complete technology solutions.
“A two-time award winner, Heather has proven to be a valuable partner to Abracon,” said Mike White, vice president of global sales for Abracon. “She has consistently contributed to the success of our two companies and has promoted the values and support that get our mutual customers to market. Once again, we congratulate Heather for her win.”
Congratulations to Heather Goldsmith on this accomplishment!
About Abracon, LLC | The Heartbeat of the IoT™
Abracon, LLC is a leading global manufacturer of passive and electromechanical timing, synchronization, power, connectivity and RF solutions. The Abracon, LLC family of brands includes Abracon, ILSI, Ecliptek, MMD and Oscilent. Abracon supports go-to-market needs by reliably supplying the most advanced components that tackle the toughest design challenges. Focused on quality and innovation, Abracon helps engineers transform their ideas into products that meet the opportunities of tomorrow. The company is ISO9001-2015 certified with design & application engineering resources in Texas and sales offices in the US, China, Taiwan, Singapore, Scotland, Israel, Hungary, UK, and Germany. Abracon’s products are offered through its global distribution network.
For more information about Abracon, visit www.abracon.com.
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