Monroe Electronics Hires E. Scott Nix as Director of Strategic Projects

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LYNDONVILLE, N.Y. -- Dec. 16, 2015 -- Monroe Electronics today announced that it has appointed E. Scott Nix to the newly created role of director of strategic projects. Working closely with the Monroe Electronics engineering, sales, marketing, and compliance teams, Nix will manage the company's new strategic initiatives from concept to completion.

"Over his career, Scott has gained valuable customer-focused and hands-on job experience that will support new product initiatives and help us to address increasing market demand for Monroe Electronics and Digital Alert Systems solutions," said Jim Heminway, chief operating officer at Monroe Electronics. "With more than two decades in the cable and broadcast industries in sales, marketing, and project management roles, including several years of EAS experience, he brings a comprehensive range of product and industry knowledge to our team."

Nix joins Monroe Electronics having most recently served as technical sales executive for 5280 Broadcast and as senior consultant and owner of Claybourne Consulting, a consulting and project management services company focused on enabling high-tech and broadcast media operations to address the demands of increasing competitive pressures and rapidly evolving technologies. Earlier, as director of sales at Data-Systems International, Nix managed sales and marketing in the area of nonprofit software sales. At Dalet Digital Media Systems, he served as national accounts manager, helping the company to develop new accounts into meaningful customer relationships. Nix previously was northwest regional sales manager at Omneon (now Harmonic), where he increased the region's overall sales by 350 percent.

Nix will be based in Salt Lake City and report directly to Heminway.

Information about Monroe Electronics and the company's products is available at www.monroe-electronics.com.

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About Monroe Electronics 
Monroe Electronics began operations in 1954 designing and manufacturing specialized electrostatic discharge (ESD) instrumentation that continues today. From its headquarters in Lyndonville, New York, the company provides R&D, manufacturing, sales, and customer service for all Monroe Electronics, One-Net", and Digital Alert Systems brands. Monroe Electronics' Emergency Alert Systems (EAS) are the widely accepted standard for CATV with a hard-earned reputation for quality, reliability, and service to valued customers around the world. In October 2009, Digital Alert Systems, the leading innovator of next-generation Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) and EAS merged with Monroe Electronics to further extend its product offerings to radio and television broadcasters and better serve their collective customers into the future.

More information is available at www.monroe-electronics.com.

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