Whitlock Group Taps Eric Stevenson

Before joining The Whitlock Group, Stevenson worked as an account executive for James River Technical.
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The Whitlock Group, one of the world’s leading audio and video systems integration firms, has hired Eric Stevenson as an account executive for the group’s Virginia Beach, Va., location.

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Eric Stevenson

Stevenson has over 12 years of sales experience. Before joining The Whitlock Group, Stevenson worked as an account executive for James River Technical. He was responsible for selling High Performance Computing (HPC), visualization and data management solutions that were designed to support the higher education and research communities, as well as the commercial and federal sectors.

He also previously worked for Advanced Technology Solutions as a sales representative, where he received the General Service Administration award for Industry Partner Excellence.

Eric has extensive experience with integrated visualization solutions and received a Technical Sales Training accreditation from Cyviz.

“We are extremely happy to have Eric join our team. He is a true professional with many years of account management experience. We feel that he will not only add significant value to our Virginia Beach location, but will prove to be an asset to our entire company,” said Michael Dennis, vice president of The Whitlock Group.



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