MINNEAPOLIS, MN – December 5, 2019 – Insignia Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq: ISIG) (“Insignia”) today reported a streamlined leadership team to better focus on driving sustainable long-term growth as well as a restructure of its sales and marketing personnel. Effective as of December 2, 2019, Adam May, Senior Vice President of Sales, began serving as Chief Growth Officer, reflecting a consolidation of our sales and marketing leadership roles. Additionally, Alison Nelson, previously Vice President of Sales, began serving as Senior Vice President of Sales, which holds primary responsibility for managing relationships with consumer-packaged goods manufacturers.
Kristine Glancy commented, “In light of our financial results through the first three quarters of 2019 and continued competitive pressures, we identified certain opportunities to adapt and re-focus. We intend to remain relentless in implementing our long-term growth strategy. Adam has been successful in developing and growing our sales organization with top-talent, developing strategic road-maps for each of our business solutions and will be focused on implementing our go-to-market strategy.”
She continued, “Although the organizational changes are expected to have a net positive impact, I do want to recognize that several positions were eliminated. I want to thank those impacted for their time and service to the organization. Our team continues to be a significant asset and driver of our transformation. I am confident we are equipped to drive simplification and growth in our future.”
About Insignia Systems Insignia Systems, Inc. sells product solutions ranging from in-store to digital advertising. Consumer-packaged goods (CPG) manufacturers and retailers across the country rely on our deep expertise in the dynamic retail environment to provide a full suite of shopper engagement solutions. For additional information, visit www.insigniasystems.com.
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