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Autologic Diagnostics Names New National Sales Manager

September 20, 2016

COMMACK, N.Y. — Autologic Diagnostics, which provides a cloud-connected aftermarket automotive diagnostic system, has appointed Allan Heller to the post of national sales manager. He will oversee the company's national sales efforts and manage its growing team of direct sales professionals based throughout the United States.

Heller brings nearly two decades of sales-related experience. He most recently served as a regional manager of Nespresso, a division of Nestlé, where he executed sales strategies to grow Nestlé’s premium coffee brand across corporate clients throughout the northeast region.

“Allan is a veteran sales professional who has garnered extensive sales experience while working at several Fortune 500 companies over the course of his career. We believe both his sales management and customer service expertise will be easily transferable into his sales leadership role at Autologic. … With his broad knowledge and sales-focused capabilities, we look forward to the contributions Allan will make leading Autologic U.S. sales while helping take our innovative cloud-solution to the next level,” said Jeremy Fry, Autologic Diagnostics CEO.

Heller has also served as the regional sales manager of AMBIUS, an interior enhancement company, and as the national sales manager at Borders Group, the national book retailer. 

"My goal is to build and develop a high-performance national sales team dedicated to helping mechanics solve challenges associated with diagnosing and repairing European vehicles. Our vision is for Autologic to become the ‘go to’ solution for mechanics looking to fix cars fast, increase productivity and improve daily car count," Heller said.

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