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Trimble's GIS Data Collection Division Expands North American Sales Team

August 25, 2011
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Trimble’s GIS Data Collection division has made two key additions to its North American sales team.

In the Northeast region, Bob Lenz will assume the role of Regional Sales Manager. Bob earned a degree in Computer-Aided Design and Engineering Technology and has been involved with GIS and mapping since 1985. Bob has been involved in selling and supporting solutions for AT&T and Autodesk, Inc. including solutions for Mapping and GIS, Public Safety, Utilities, and Facilities Management to a myriad of public and private companies, State and Local Governments and Federal accounts for Autodesk.

In the Central US and Canada region, Tony Scott has accepted the role of Regional Sales Manager. Tony has been with Trimble since 2003 and possesses an MBA from Colorado State University. In addition, he has obtained a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt certification. He most recently held the position of Market Solutions Manager for the MGIS Division. Over the past eight years, Tony has held management positions within the Service, Support and Training group, Trimble Corporate, and Sales.

Continuing Trimble’s focus on both market needs and technology expertise, these two new Regional Managers are adding further strength to Trimble’s GIS Data Collection team.

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