Asymtek's Wesley W. Walters appointed as business development manager

Soldering & Surface Mount Technology

ISSN: 0954-0911

Article publication date: 1 August 2004




(2004), "Asymtek's Wesley W. Walters appointed as business development manager", Soldering & Surface Mount Technology, Vol. 16 No. 2.



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Asymtek's Wesley W. Walters appointed as business development manager

Asymtek's Wesley W. Walters appointed as business development manager

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Asymtek has promoted Wesley W. Walters as Win 3 business development manager. In his new role, Walters is responsible for building and maintaining relationships with fluid formulators, universities, research institutes and industry consortia, which Asymtek refers to as "Win 3" partners. Walters's goal is to provide optimal solutions for customer requirements, working together with these industry partners. The end results are win-win-win outcomes. "We form these relationships to better serve our customers with process development and technical support," explains Walters. "When we work closely with the customer and their supplier, we all win."

Walters's new responsibility is a natural extension of his current position as customer application lab manager for Carlsbad, where he is responsible for managing the Applications Engineering Group. The group serves Asymtek's customers with timely technical data and new, customer-specific applications. As a resource for demonstrations, research and development, the Applications Engineering Group also provides customer training.

Walters has over 20 years of experience in the electronics field, including 8 years at Asymtek. Prior to his promotion, Walters held the positions of North American Applications Engineering Manager and Applications Engineer for Asymtek. He also worked for Hughes Aircraft as a Manufacturing Engineer. Walters earned a BS in Business Management from the University of Phoenix and two technical degrees (Electronic Engineering Technology and Laser Electro-Optics Technology) from the University of Idaho. He is currently working toward an MBA.

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