EIA Press Release - David Engel Chosen as New CEO

David Engel Chosen as New CEO of EIA, Inc., One of America’s Leading Networked Technology Firms

‘Brings 18 Years of Experience as a Network Engineer and Chief Information Officer’
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NEW YORK, NY (July 2, 2013) - A successful leader and network engineer in the IT Sector, David Engel has been chosen as the new CEO of EIA, Inc. (Electronic Interface Associates; EIA Datacom; and EIA Electric). In his new role as CEO, David will navigate the company as it continues to chart expansion as one of the leading networked technology firms in America. Established in 1977, EIA has evolved and advanced, becoming specialists in networked technology for the Law Enforcement, Healthcare, Education and Infrastructure sectors.
David, EIA’s former Chief Information Officer (CIO), started his career at EIA in 1995. Over his 18 years with the company, he became instrumental in the formation and growth of EIA’s network and information technology offerings; and also assisted in developing new technology offerings such as a business intelligence practice and the current physical security practice. Throughout his career at EIA, David has maintained a series of sales and advanced technical certifications for key vendors such as Microsoft, Cisco, Dell, Novell, Citrix, Milestone Solutions and Axis Communications
Possessing a “customer-first” attitude, David maintains a keen understanding as to the needs of his clients, with the ability to supply clients with best-fit solutions. With David assuming the role of CEO, George Engel, EIA’s founder and former CEO stated: “Throughout EIA’s history, David has maintained a leading technical talent role with a diverse set of technical skills, matching EIA’s set of offerings. David has a strong consultative background and excels at marrying unique technical solutions with customer business needs.”
EIA partners with world-class manufacturers to ensure customers can choose from leading edge products and solutions. EIA provides tools to customers which include covert and open surveillance, video synopsis and analytics, video archiving, access control, lock-down systems, nuclear material tracking, gun shot detection, cabling, and providing set-up and management of networks at general, high-risk, and other special events. EIA’s professionally certified sales personnel, engineering staff, and technical experts, design and implement networked technology and business solutions that drive businesses forward. 
EIA is online at www.EIA.us.


David Engel