Beast Cabling Systems appoints three regional sales managers
July 6, 2005 - Mark Kazes, Chris McGavisk and Ken Robertson have sales responsibility for all Beast Cabling System products.
Beast Cabling Systems has announced the appointment of three regional sales managers. Each sales manager has sales responsibility for all Beast Cabling System products, including The Beast, The Claw, and The Wirewolf.
* Mark Kazes, RCDD, is regional sales manager for the Northeast. Kazes has more than 14 years of experience, most recently as a consultant and designer of structured cabling systems. Previously, Kazes worked in project management and construction administration, and was responsible for inspecting installations for quality and compliance during all project phases. He has extensive knowledge of both TIA/EIA and the NEC.
* Chris McGavisk is regional sales manager for the South. McGavisk has more than 15 years of sales and marketing experience. Most recently, McGavisk worked to establish marketing messages and materials for the launch of The Beast Cabling System. He expects that his background in consulting to small business will help contractors fully realize the labor and materials savings of The Beast system.
* Ken Robertson, RCDD, is the Mid-Atlantic regional sales manager. He has more than 25 years in telecommunications working in engineering and sales for commercial and government clients. His experience includes network integration, design and installation of LAN and WAN infrastructures, as well as installation of voice and data systems.
The Beast Cabling System consists of three major components, each carrying a lifetime warranty: The Beast, The Wirewolf, and The Claw.
The Beast is a portable system that separates, organizes, and labels cable off the reel or out of the box. The system is designed to enable pulling of cable from up to 48 reels into cable pathways, conserving time and materials, reducing errors, and ensuring uniform installation practices for any crew on any job.
The Wirewolf is designed to help sort and organize cable on the back-pull for termination on patch panels or blocks. By maintaining separation and organization of cable at the equipment side of a pull, this device is designed to save 20 labor hours for each 300 cables pulled.
The Claw is designed to reduce the common problems of twisted cable, damaged cable, and broken lead strings during cable pulling. The lead string ties to one end of The Claw and cables are attached to one of the numbered slots at the opposite end. By reducing spiraling of cables in the pathway, The Claw is designed to reduce costly damage to cables and offer labor savings for crews.
Beast Cabling Systems is based in Arlington, VA. For more information visit www.thebeast.us.