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Masy Systems Adds Scott Suttinger as Product Manager of DataTrace Dataloggers and Equipment Rentals
Date:7/13/2013

Pepperell, MA (PRWEB) July 13, 2013

Masy Systems, Inc., a leader in validation, calibration and GMP storage services is pleased to announce a new Product Manager, Scott Suttinger, to the Masy team. In this position he will lead the DataTrace and Equipment Rental business units.

Scott comes to Masy with over 15 years of engineering, technical and sales experience. After military service, he obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from USC. This put him on the path in pursuit for knowledge, attention to detail and helpful service. Scott’s background and experiences range from project management, field support of technical products and sales and customer service as a manufacturer. His experiences will help Masy achieve its goals of direct service to Masy's DataTrace and Rental customers.

To accomplish these goals, Scott will work closely with Masy's Business Development Manager, Jason Daoust, as well as Mesa Laboratories, Inc., the manufacturer of the DataTrace Validation Dataloggers. Masy Systems not only rents and sells these loggers, Masy's Validation team also uses this system in the field. With the support of Jason, Masy's product expert on DataTrace, as well as the Mesa Laboratories engineers and customer service teams, Scott will be armed with the necessary tools to confidently bring the DataTrace solution to market.

Jason said "We are very excited to add Scott to the Masy Team. He fits very well into our mindset of putting customers first and approaching our customers with a depth of knowledge and expertise that builds success."

David Dewire, Director of Sales for MesaLabs added " Over the course of the past few years, Mesa Labs and Masy Systems have the good fortune to have formed a very successful Data Trace and Validation services partnership. All of us here at Mesa Labs are pleased to announce that the relationship has been taken up ano
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