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Teletrol Systems Names New President

Teletrol Systems Inc., Manchester, NH, an industry leader in building automation technology, has announced that Andy cMillan, co-founder and former member of the executive team at Think & Do Software, has joined Teletrol as President and CEO. Joe Klotz, president of Teletrol for the last several years, remains with the company in a new position as vice-chairman, where he will focus on strategic customer and partner relationships. McMillan says he plans to leverage the imminent availability of Teletrol's web-based eBuilding product family to expand the company's reach in selected building automation markets. "Teletrol's new eBuilding products have the potential to dramatically reduce the time and cost of building automation projects," says McMillan. "Increasing IT sophistication in the user community, coupled with continued demand for lower costs, play directly to the strengths of open, standards-based solutions like eBuilding. We look forward to the competitive challenge of rapidly growing our customer base through innovative eBuilding products, creative alliances and outstanding customer service" Joe Klotz, vice-chairman and former president of Teletrol, will focus on strategic relationships with customers and partners in North America and around the world. Says Klotz: "The addition of eBuilding to Teletrol's product line is creating unique new business opportunities.Andy's addition to the team will ensure I have the time to aggressively pursue these opportunities as well as nurture our relationships with existing customers." Teletrol Systems Inc. is a global supplier of high-performance building automation systems and components designed to reduce energy consumption, improve occupant comfort, and reduce overall operating expenses. Teletrol's suite of software and hardware products enables building professionals to integrate, automate, and manage buildings using industry standard communications technologies.

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