Primary Integration Solutions names business development director
Primary Integration Solutions has named Christopher Ludeman the Director of Business Development; he has 15 years of experience in the mission critical industry.
Christopher Ludeman has been named director of business development at Primary Integration Solutions, a commissioning and energy services organization with a concentrated focus on the commissioning and operational sustainability of mission critical facilities.
Ludeman has more than 15 years of experience in the mission critical industry. Prior to joining Primary Integration Solutions, he was manager of business development at a national battery monitoring systems company. He previously served as manager of business development at a full-service mission critical design-build firm and was vice president of marketing and business development for a major construction company in the New York City Metro area, serving clients in the mission critical sector nationwide.
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