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Bosch Names Nicolas Betancur As Field Sales Engineer, Communications – South
Responsibilities will include system design and sales support for customers in the Houston, San Antonio, and the Southern Louisiana area
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Bosch Security Systems, Communications Systems Division, recently assigned Nicolas Betancur as its new field sales engineer, Communications – South.

Betancur, who has worked for Bosch since 2006, will be based in Houston, and his responsibilities will include system design and sales support for Bosch Public Address and Conferencing, Electro-Voice, and Telex Intercom and Radio Dispatch customers in the Houston, San Antonio, and the Southern Louisiana area.

“My goal is to provide a more focused effort in applied sales in this region,” says Betancur. “We have great relationships with many existing customers in the area, and want to build a more hands-on local presence. By being based here I can more immediately contribute towards a solid increase in market share within the region, whether in key projects requiring state-of-the-art solutions or in sustaining our growth in higher volume product sales.”

Bosch Security Systems
Electro-Voice


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Posted by nobelboy  on  12/12/11  at  09:52 AM
I mean one must be up to date with the day to day change in the environment and in the technology as well. In my personal opinion, the world is turning into a global village and now you can get a lot of required information by just a click while sitting where ever you are.

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Posted by Guy Low  on  10/31/11  at  08:44 AM
Nicolas holds a Bachelor’s in Electronic Engineering (Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, Colombia) and a Masters in Music Engineering Technology (University of Miami).
Posted by CEDUP  on  10/28/11  at  01:24 PM
Is he really a degree or certified "Engineer"? Look up the rules and regulations in Tx, it's actually a fined offense if using the term "engineer" when in fact you are not. PE, degree? So many company use the term sales engineer, service engineer, no degree, no engineer ya know or cert or PE...just asking,
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