Berkshire Hathaway’s Mouser Electronics, Inc. has named the winners of its annual Mouser Best-in-Class Awards.
The authorized global distributor announced the honorees at an awards ceremony on August 5, recognizing the outstanding individuals from its manufacturer partners who best supported Mouser’s marketing programs and new product introduction (NPI) launches by demonstrating exemplary teamwork and top performance.
“Each year, we select our Best-in-Class Award winners from hundreds of business professionals,” said Glenn Smith, Mouser Electronics’ President and CEO. “We greatly appreciate the dedicated individuals who won these awards. Each has played an essential role in helping us introduce and promote their companies’ products to our customers, and we gladly honor them today.”
Winners of the Mouser Best-in-Class Award are selected using five key criteria: Strategically partnering with the Mouser team, promoting product lines and working together on new product launches, finding creative solutions to grow market share mutually for both companies, and maximizing Mouser’s unique value proposition within their own businesses.
2019 Mouser Best-in-Class Award Winners:
Lora McIlheran, 3M
Sumit Awasthi, Analog Devices
Kelley Nall, Amphenol
Matthew Salmanpour, Cypress Semiconductor
Diane Laegeler, Digi International
Matthew Baker, HARTING
Renée Dill, Molex
Bob Johnson, NXP Semiconductors
Jay Pauer, OSRAM Opto Semiconductors
Tammy Stine, TE Connectivity
At this year’s ceremony, Mouser also recognized the four individuals who have achieved the President’s Award honors. The President’s Award recognizes the extraordinary individuals from Mouser’s supplier partners who have won the Best-in-Class Award five or more times, demonstrating consistent exemplary performance.
President’s Award Winners:
Dee Fuller, Amphenol
Cheryl Swaim, KEMET
Doug Lippincott, Panasonic
Steve Nye, Vishay Intertechnology
© 2019 David Mazor
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