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7/21/2017

Yaskawa Motoman Appoints VP, North American Sales and Marketing

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Doug Burnside was previously Vice President of Customer Satisfaction.

Yaskawa Motoman (Dayton, Ohio) has appointed Doug Burnside Vice President of North American Sales and Marketing. In this position, he will be responsible for establishing and executing strategic business direction to drive growth in the North American market, as well as leading all sales and marketing activities.

Previously working as Vice President of Customer Satisfaction, Mr. Burnside offers industry experience and customer focus. Since joining the company in 2005, he has been a leader of the Customer Satisfaction Group (CSG) team, contributing significantly through the development and implementation of various customer care and aftermarket sales programs.

Earlier in his career, Mr. Burnside managed operations, sales and support at several software and telecommunications companies.

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