Digital Projection Expands Services GroupDigital Projection International (DPI) recently expanded its technical services department with two key appointments. 3/09/2011 5:51 AM Eastern
Digital Projection Expands Services Group
Digital Projection International (DPI) recently expanded its technical services department with two key appointments.
Digital Projection International (DPI) recently expanded its technical services department with two key appointments. DPI veteran Mark Fuell was appointed to the newly created position of field engineering manager. Troy Cobb was hired as DPI's technical services manager. The appointments are the latest in a recent round of infrastructure investment that includes numerous new hires, operational systems, as well as the significant expansion of DPI's U.S. headquarters, company officials said.
Having previously served as technical services manager for DPI, Fuell will oversee DPI's U.S.-based field technicians as well as participate in on-site client service calls as field engineering manager. With ten years of experience supporting DPI customers and products, Fuell is a tremendous resource for the company and its clients, DPI officials said.
Cobb brings more than 24 years of experience with electrical and technical systems his new position. Having previously worked in technical service positions with the United States Marine Corps, DPI long-time industry partner Mechdyne Corp. and other projection manufacturers, Cobb has already begun to contribute his expertise to DPI's expanding team.
"With the welcome addition of Troy Cobb as technical services manager, DPI now has the ability to expand our service both in-house and in the field. Our steady growth means we're responsible for supporting more and more customers each year," said Mike Akridge, vice president of operations for DPI, in a statement. "The addition of Mark and Troy to their new positions enables the entire company to move forward with the same personal and expert customer support we have always prioritized as a company cornerstone."