Sydney, Australia – September 26, 2017 – Crestron, the global leader in control and automation technology, has today announced the appointment of Trevor Rooney as the company’s National Sales Manager for its Residential Markets solution.
As National Sales Manager, Rooney will oversee Crestron’s residential market program in Australia and New Zealand.
“Crestron is a leader in home automation and control globally, and I’m thrilled to be joining the team,” said Rooney. “It’s an exciting time for Crestron, as it continues to ramp up its residential technology investment. I’m extremely proud of my work at Sonos, and look forward to bringing my knowledge to the Crestron team and expanding the company’s presence within the residential space.”
Stuart Craig, Chief Executive Officer, Crestron, Asia Pacific, said: “With more than 20 years’ experience in the consumer electronics industry, Trevor is the ideal candidate to lead Crestron’s expansion in the residential space.
“Crestron has a strong history of innovation, leading the way in automation and control technology for over four decades. We set the standard for performance and reliability for leading companies, government organisations and universities, as well as prestigious luxury homes across the world. The time is right for us to further our investment here in residential markets in ANZ, with the launch of our shading range, new lighting solutions, new and simpler programming methodologies, and so much interest around the residential automation space as Amazon Alexa and other AI technologies open people’s minds to what is possible. Crestron is at the forefront of integrating these technologies for a seamless customer solution.”
Trevor is most notably known for his time at Len Wallis Audio and then as National Sales Manager, ANZ, for Sonos, a role he upheld for five years, creating a phenomenal success story in the region.
Trevor will commence his position as National Sales Manager, Residential Markets, Crestron, ANZ, from October 2017.
Crestron works with customers in Asia Pacific across various industry sectors including residential, education, corporate, government and defence, hospitality and healthcare.
Crestron is the world’s leading manufacturer of advanced control and automation systems, innovating technology and reinventing the way people live and work. Our solutions are built on a validated architecture, using best-in-class technology that integrates unified communications, AV presentation, IT, lighting, audio and environmental systems. Crestron streamlines technology, improving the quality of life for people in Education, Corporate, Government and Defense, Hospitality, Retail and their homes.
Crestron’s leadership stems from its dedicated people who are committed to providing the best product solutions, programs and services in the industry. This culmination of loyalty, devotion and innovation is what our dealers refer to as “The Crestron Experience.” Our product solutions are backed by over 90 fully-staffed offices that provide 24 x 7 x 365 sales, technical, and training support around the globe. In addition to its World Headquarters in New Jersey, Crestron has sales and support offices throughout Asia, Australia, Canada, Europe, Latin, New Zealand and United States.
Discover the world of Crestron by visiting www.crestron.com.
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