Knightdale, NC, June 22, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- ESP/SurgeX (http://www.espei.com/) an energy intelligence firm, has announced that Stephen F. Galloway, President and CEO of ESP/SurgeX, has been selected among The Week in Imaging’s Top 40 Most Influential People in the Imaging Industry. Galloway was recognized for his leadership in growing ESP/SurgeX’s services to establish it as an energy intelligence technology company and developing cutting-edge field service diagnostic solutions, energy management, and IT network administration technology. The online publication highlighted the importance of ESP/SurgeX’s nature of work in the area of power protection and commended Galloway for his commitment to keep ESP/SurgeX’s manufacturing in the United States during a time when manufacturing is rapidly migrating overseas.
The Week in Imaging recognizes its Top 40 Most Influential People in the Imaging Industry every other year, with a list consisting of a variety of chief decision makers who are leaders within their organization. For more information, visit http://www.theweekinimaging.com/.
“I am honored to be named one of the Top 40 Most Influential People in the Imaging Industry by The Week in Imaging,” said Galloway. “To be on the list of winners is very humbling. This honor is a true testament to the many employees of ESP/SurgeX as we continue to grow into new vertical markets and technologies.”
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From industrial-grade power protection solutions to enterprise level energy management control systems, business leaders worldwide have trusted ESP/SurgeX’s technology for more than 25 years to protect their critical electronic systems and improve their productivity and profitability. ESP/SurgeX’s patented power protection technology and diagnostic software enables service based businesses to protect equipment from the disruption and downtime caused by power anomalies. The company’s product portfolio includes award winning industrial-grade protection that has been proven to improve the performance of equipment and microprocessor intelligence. In addition, they have developed diagnostics that pre-diagnose power-related service calls and energy management innovations that reduce energy consumption. For more information, visit http://www.espei.com/ and http://www.surgex.com/.
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