BENCHMARK PERSONNEL CHANGES
Written by Benchmark Games
March 06, 2014
Benchmark Games Inc., a leading amusement company for over three decades, has made some significant personnel changes that will streamline the company to be more productive and efficient, with value added for its customers.
Leading the change will be the new company president, Alexander Kress. Mr. Kress, co-founder of Benchmark Games, will be responsible for daily operations of the company.
Trevor Gianaris will have the role of Chief Operating Officer added to his current responsibilities as the Chief Financial Officer. Trevor will be responsible for the production, engineering and financial aspects for Benchmark Games.
In the front office, Tiffany Lomax has been promoted to Office Manager. Her role will be to ensure that the day to day office administrative work is completed in a timely and efficient manner.
In the critical position of Manufacturing, Chris Mead has been promoted to the position of Production Manager. Chris' experience as the Service Manager for Benchmark Games gave him tremendous insight into service issues that will help the factory build a more reliable product. Jeff DeLong has been added as Quality Control Manager to assist Chris in this process. Jeff's charge is to make sure that all products leaving the factory are to our Engineering Department specifications with zero defects.
To replace Chris Mead in Service, long time employee Peter Beck has taken on the Service Department Manager's responsibilities. Assisting Pete is long time popular employee Mark Williams, whose familiarity with and knowledge of all the games ever manufactured is invaluable.
The Research & Development Department, headed up by Benchmark veterans, Engineer Steve Corso, Software Engineer Curtis Elrod and Designer Mike Bacon will get assistance from newly added staffers Dominic Nicolosi, Heather Darby and Scott Powers bringing the R&D Department total to 11.
In other noteworthy items, Brian Capellaro continues to head up the IT Department while Linda Connor will now be assisting the Sales Department as the Sales Administrator.
With Benchmark staff now totaling 100 employees, certain departments continue to work two shifts to help keep the workflow moving to meet the growing sales demands. All the changes at Benchmark have been strategically set to execute an aggressive sales plan for 2014. In 2014 Benchmark plans to expand the product line with a video game, bulk vending product and Kiddie Rides. Benchmark will begin the exclusive marketing of the Jolly Rodger Kiddie Rides, renowned for their quality and reliability, in the US at this spring's Amusement Expo Trade Show.
These changes in the personnel are first and most important steps in the developing the highest earning, most reliable and clearly the most entertaining amusement equipment in our industry.
Al would like to hear directly from his customers - email@example.com - on any matter that may pertain to Benchmark Games. Game Ideas, Parts and Service, Manufacturing, Marketing - Al wants to hear it all!
For Further Media Information, Contact:
Anthony Maniscalco Jr