Intermatic Announces New Vice President of Marketing, North America

| February 7, 2014

Spring Grove, ILL, January 29, 2014 – Intermatic Incorporated, a leader in energy management solutions, announced Liz Jacobs as its new Vice President of Marketing, North America.

Jacobs previously was Director of Marketing for Siemens Industry Inc., managing its Control products and Systems portfolio for the Americas. Her responsibilities included building automation systems, enterprise energy management systems, commercial fire systems, and lighting controls, which were distributed through HVAC and electrical distributors and systems integrators.

Jacobs also sat on the board of directors for the Continental Automated Building Association (CABA) and chaired its Integrated and Intelligent Buildings Council for the past two years. Prior to that, Jacobs was Director of Marketing at W.W. Grainger.

“The industry is fast changing with new technologies emerging, big data and diagnostic tools,” said Rick Boutilier, President and CEO of Intermatic. “Bringing Liz on board to direct our product development and channel marketing efforts will help Intermatic move even faster in bringing new value to distributors and contractors. Her knowledge of intelligent buildings will serve our customers well.”

Jacobs will be tasked with bringing exciting development opportunities that will help Intermatic deliver products to distribution and help build their businesses.

“Intermatic has a solid reputation of superior service and products,” Jacobs said. “I look forward to working with the marketing team to strengthen the company’s leadership in our markets and bring new value to distributors and contractors.”

About Intermatic
Intermatic has delivered quality products and service to its customers for over 100 years. As a leading manufacturer of energy-­‐management solutions for electrical, HVACR, pool/spa, and OEM markets, Intermatic products cover a wide range of solutions for facility management, municipalities, manufacturing, agriculture, and construction.

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