When Setpoint Systems hires new employees, we empower them to succeed and provide extensive product and technical training. In addition to being immersed in classroom training, readings, and homework exercises, they earn a “Masters” level on Delta Controls “George University.”
We are growing our sales force and are excited to have Ben and Dan join Setpoint Systems as Service Account Managers. They have completed five weeks of training and passed their final exam on January 10, 2018. Please welcome them to our company.
Ben, Service Account Manager
Ben has played sports all his life. After playing Division 1 baseball in the United States, he played overseas in both Europe and Australia.
Four years ago, he moved to Colorado and started working in the construction industry. After Ben sold construction equipment for three years, he became a project manager for a general contractor. He managed the building construction as well as the associated trades.
The last building Ben managed was a smart building, and he became intrigued with learning more about how systems could be integrated. This led him to research building controls and how to design energy-efficient buildings. His desire to get back into sales, where he could build customer relationships and help solve customers’ problems, led Ben to Setpoint Systems.
He is impressed with how extensive the training process is at Setpoint and can’t wait to pick the brains of so many talented colleagues. Ben is excited about implementing the many possibilities that building automation can do to help customers achieve their goals.
Ben is married to Hadlie. They both enjoy snowboarding, golfing, mountain biking, and taking their dog up to the mountains.
Dan, Service Account Manager
Dan has a degree in electrical engineering from the Colorado School of Mines. He has held sales engineering positions
in several industries, most notably within the industrial controls and measurement arena, serving large manufacturing accounts across the Western United States and Canada. Before joining Setpoint Systems, he owned and operated a general contracting business, serving residential customers.
Dan will aim his passion and energy toward helping customers achieve corporate sustainability goals via integrated building systems. Ultimately, automated systems have the potential to improve productivity, while also reducing our impacts to the environment. Dan looks forward to sharing this vision with customers.
Dan has been married to his wife Tracy for 16 years, and they have a 12-year-old son and 13-year-old daughter. His favorite hobbies are cycling and tennis. He also loves to go hiking and camping with his family in the mountains.