AIM North America Elects New Directors

AIM North America announces the election of three new directors to its board. The new directors are Tom Long, director and CEO of the LDS Corporation; Mike Lowry, CEO and president of Lowry Computer Products; and Jack Tinsley Jr., president of BarCode ID Systems. They will fill the positions of outgoing board members Bob Karr, SATO America Inc.; Doug Salvador, Datamax Corporation; and Meyer Weiss, Media Solutions.

“Each of these industry leaders manage successful reseller organizations and have been in the AIDC industry for a number of years. Their perspectives and experience will be beneficial in helping direct the future of AIM North America,” said Tee Migliori, chairman of AIM North America, and president of ADC Technologies Group.

AIM North America is a regional chapter of the association for Automatic Identification and Mobility, chartered to support the reseller community in North America through education, networking and marketing exposure. Its members are comprised of providers of hardware, software, systems and services that manage the collection and integration of data with information management systems in the bar code and RFID industry.

For more information, visit http://www.aim-na.org/.

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