Listen: MAC’s Emanuel Istudor Joins Pro Business Channel to Discuss Technology Infrastructure’s Role in Growing Sales

Atlanta – May 10, 2018 – Manufactured Assemblies Corporation’s Emanuel Istudor recently joined radio host Artie Ruderman at the Pro Business Channel’s Atlanta studios for a discussion on the increasing importance of technology infrastructure in a company’s plans to grow revenues. Istudor, a Business Development and IS Manager at MAC, was a featured guest on Ruderman’s Business Developers Network program along with Craig Apatov, managing partner at management consultancy firm Ascension.

On the program, Istudor discussed how he is using the breadth of his background in business to help MAC achieve its aspirational sales goals and his role in ramping up the company’s logistics and manufacturing planning systems. Istudor holds a Masters of Business Administration from Georgia Institute of Technology and a BSE in Computer Engineering from Mercer University; before joining MAC, Istudor spent time as a product & sales manager for Cisco and as President of Quality Data Products, a technology data company.

Istudor has helped initiate lean six sigma, technology infrastructure updates, analytical approaches, reliance on cutting-edge CRMs, and enterprise operating systems at MAC. With MAC’s infrastructure in place to handle additional throughput, Istudor is now applying the same disciplined approach to achieve the company’s marketing and sales objectives.

You can listen to the entire episode at the link here

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