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CSU Announces Promotions to Better Align Organization for Future Growth

Inwood, NY, February 21, 2014 --(PR.com)-- CSU Industries, a leading third party support and solutions provider for companies worldwide, announced that due to heightened interest and demand in its products and services, it has promoted four outstanding CSU leaders in order to grow several CSU divisions.

The tenured professionals were promoted to Directors of the company’s three core offerings: Critical IT Infrastructure Maintenance, Hardware Sales and Infrastructure Professional Services. The promotions will better align the CSU sales department to support the future direction of the company.

"This reorganization effort supports our continued commitment to providing our clients with the highest quality IT HW support programs, equipment and solution designs, and Infrastructure Professional Services that have distinguished us in the dynamic IT marketplace," said Avram Weissman, CEO.

CSU has revised its organizational structure as follows:

· Brian Aryeh has been promoted to Director, NAR/SAR Support Sales after 12 years as a Senior Account manager with CSU. In his new role, Mr. Aryeh will have increased responsibility for leading a sales team charged with developing new support business, as well as expanding current support business within CSU’s North and South American customer base.

· Jim Puffer has been promoted to Director, EMEA/AIPAC Support Sales after 10 years at CSU as Director of Sales, Director of Marketing, and most recently as Director of International Marketing Development. Mr. Puffer will now be focused on managing CSU’s continued growth in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and Asia pacific (AIPAC) regions.

· Shantel Maratea has been promoted to Director, Server & Storage Sales following nearly 20 years of service at CSU. In her new role, Ms. Maratea will be responsible for developing creative methods of offering the optimal HW technological refreshes to CSU clients worldwide.

· Dean Hale, has been promoted to Director, Infrastructure ProServ Sales and Channel Operations. Mr. Hale has been in the IT Industry for more than 20 years, and his new responsibilities will see him focusing on expanding our Professional Services division as well as developing lasting global partnerships and expanding CSU’s growing allegiance of satisfied customers.

“These promotions will continue to improve the effectiveness of our sales and management teams as CSU expands its commitments to a customer-prioritized business model,” said Mr. Weissman.

About CSU
Established in 1980, CSU Industries, Inc. provides thousands of customers worldwide with quality IT equipment and solution designs, HW & SW support and other professional support services. CSU’s sophisticated logistical processes, customized software applications and customer-oriented IT support programs contribute to the company’s highest success rate in meeting SLAs. Renowned for its world-class Help Desk – manned 24x7 by live CSU professional s– CSU’s unparalleled support program includes contract management, disaster replacement, and remote and on-site system administration services. For more information about CSU, visit www.csuindustries.com.

Contact Information:
CSU Industries
Aviva Friedlander
877-910-UNIX
Contact via Email
www.csuindustries.com

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