We are pleased to announce that Emmett Erwin has joined D-Tech International as Vice-President of Business Development USA. Emmett comes with a wealth of experience in, not only the Library market, but also RFID and Self-Service Products. Previously he has held Executive positions with Checkpoint Systems and other RFID companies. Emmett will be developing the D-Tech business in the USA as well as Canada, Mexico and South America. He has an MBA degree from LaSalle University in Philadelphia and has been a featured speaker at various library conventions as well as published on RFID use in libraries.
Marvin Crisp, the President and Founder of D-Tech said: "Emmett is a pivotal appointment for D-Tech; he brings with him the vitality and push in business that will be required to be successful in the Americas markets."
D-Tech International is a well-established European supplier of innovative technology products for the library market. World headquarters is located outside of London, England.
Tim Pond, the Corporate Vice President Business Development said: "Exciting times ahead for D-Tech in the Americas markets and this company formation, funding and appointment demonstrates our commitment to this Continent. I look forward to working with Emmett instructuring the growth of the business in the USA, Canada and South America markets."
D-Tech is one of the leading manufacturers of Library solution products for Europe. The company develops software and hardware products for the library market. Products include RFID, Sorting Systems, Self Service, Vending, and Security Gate Antennas. Technologies utilized are RFID, as well as RF and EM. D-Tech is a green company with its headquarters and main factory located on the former US Air Force base of Bentwaters, Northeast of London.
The company has developed RFIQ technology which allows libraries to install a cost effective library security system, with an affordable path to migrate to RFID technology at a later date. This future proofing technology has been received with excellent reviews from Librarians and users throughout Europe.