Wavetronix Announces Changes to its Business Development Staff

October 14, 2015

PROVO, UT—A number of changes have recently been made in Wavetronix’ North American business development region. In addition to key promotions and transfers, Wavetronix has also added a new application engineer to its Georgia office.

Justin Stolinas has been promoted from application engineer to regional sales manager. Stolinas is responsible for Florida DOT’s regions 4, 5, 6 and 8, which includes Orlando, Cape Canaveral, Miami and the Florida Keys. Stolinas has 15 years of experience in the ITS industry and holds many certifications for both ITS and intersection control.

“Wavetronix is well known in Florida for ITS,” Stolinas says. “Now I would like to grow the traffic market by helping end users solve difficult intersection problems.”

At the same time, Wavetronix has transferred Tim Gibson from Florida to the company headquarters in Provo, Utah. Gibson works as a regional sales manager and has been with Wavetronix for two and a half years. In Florida, Gibson helped place Wavetronix products on Florida’s statewide approved products list and gained great exposure to the ITS industry’s domestic sales process.

Finally, Wavetronix has hired Jason Gray to serve as an application engineer for Georgia and South Carolina. Gray holds degrees in electronics and organizational management and has several years of experience working for technology-based companies and government agencies. Gray will be based at Wavetronix’ Atlanta office and will work closely with Jan Seigler, the company’s regional sales manager there.