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Dynics Names New VP of Sales & Marketing

January 132005
Industry Veteran Tony Rebottaro joins expanding local business

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Ann Arbor, MI – January 3, 2005 – Dynics, Inc. (www.dynics.com) local innovative manufacturer and marketer of industrial computer systems today announced the appointment of industry veteran Tony Rebottaro to the position of Vice President of Sales and Marketing. As reported in the Ann Arbor News October 2003, Dynics is one local business expanding and growing.
Rebottaro, with over twenty years in the industrial automation arena, plans to expand Dynics’ sales channels and develop a sales strategy that will place an emphasis on Dynics’ unique ability to add value to industrial computer products. New customers as well as existing customers will benefit from Rebottaro’s ability to identify market trends and customer requirements.

DYNICS President Ed Gatt commented, “As DYNICS continues to experience increased demand for more extensive solutions, particularly in the embedded PC niche, we wanted to bring in what we call a ‘solutions guy’ – and also to shift our marketing to a more strategic level, better targeting the preferences of our customers.” Rebottaro has years of solid selling background in helping clients quickly and easily unite pre-existing applications and solve highly complex industrial automation needs across a broad range of environments. In addition, Rebottaro will leverage his past experience to help DYNICS identify customer needs in these broader, enterprise-wide areas.

Before joining DYNICS, Rebottaro was Vice President of Sales at Ann Arbor Technologies, where he supported the entire sales effort across North America and Europe. Previously, he served as principal of the Automation Group, guiding clients through the application and installation of a wide variety of automation products including industrial computers. Rebottaro’s earlier experience includes sales and marketing management for successful industrial automation companies including Xycom Automation in Saline and Intec Automation & Supply in Toledo.
Rebottaro noted: “In today’s economic climate having the ability to serve customers through value added strategies is key to a companies continued growth. Dynic’s strong relationship with their customers, and their ability to adapt to their customers needs, is very exciting and I look forward to using these strengths to expand the company’s customer base and sales channels”.

Ed Gatt, President of Dynics, noted that, “Tony’s direct experience in our industry will help bring our company to the next level by giving our products worldwide recognition in the industrial computing market.”

Founded in 1997, Dynics offers the most comprehensive, flexible and scalable product line and custom integration service in the industry. Dynics is dedicated to supporting channel partners with a profitable business alliance that includes award-winning products, excellent service and support, and solid tools to meet specific space, environment, or performance criteria. Dynics provides a full line of industrial PC's in both panel mount or rackmount form factors, and designs PC's to fit customer specifications and needs. For more information on any of Dynics’ dynamic industrial computer systems, contact Dynics direct at 734.677.6100 or visit www.dynics.com.
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