Listen Grows its FM/IR Product Group with the Hiring of Craig Paller
Listen Technologies Corporation today announced the hiring of Craig Paller as its FM/IR Product Group Leader. Paller will have overall profit and loss responsibility for Listen’s flagship FM and Infrared product solutions for assistive listening, tour group, and language interpretation applications.
Craig Paller will be responsible for the sales and marketing plans worldwide as well as the life cycle management of the FM and IR product lines. Paller will work closely with Tim Schaeffer, Listen Technologies Vice President of Strategic Development to develop and execute the sales, marketing and product management plans relative to Listen’s FM and Infrared product lines.
Paller brings over eighteen years of management, sales management and marketing experience in the professional audio industry. Prior to joining Listen Technologies Paller was VP, Worldwide Sales for Harman International’s BSS Audio, dbx Professional, Digitech, DOD & Lexicon Professional lines. Paller also held sales leadership roles with Shure, Incorporated and Electro-Voice, Inc.
“As the Product Group Leader for our FM and IR product lines, Paller’s experience in executive management, sales, and product marketing will be a tremendous asset to Listen Technologies”, said Schaeffer. “Craig will help grow our FM and IR solutions by working closely with our customers. We are all very eager to have him join the Listen team.”
“I am pleased to join Listen Technologies’ team of dedicated sales and service professionals, noted Craig Paller. “I look forward to building on Listen’s solid foundation and taking the FM/IR team to the next level.”
Listen Technologies Corporation Global Headquarters
14912 Heritage Crest Way Bluffdale, Utah 84065-4818 USA
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