Dave Swain, Chad Greenlee join precision ag firm Spensa Technologies
Dec. 20, 2017
Spensa technologies announced today that two industry veterans have joined the compa-ny's sales and business development team. Dave Swain as Area Sales Director and Chad Greenlee as Regional Sales Manager. Both will join the ag tech company to help speed innovation of its Precision Pest Management technology and serve customers in the retail distribution and professional consultants segment.
"We are excited to welcome both of these experienced precision ag veterans to the Spen-sa team," said Johnny Park, CEO of Spensa. "Both will bring industry knowledge and ex-perience to ensure Spensa's products are well positioned to serve the trusted advisor. Both will help us develop technologies that are meaningful in meeting the needs of retail-ers and consultants as they advise producers on their pest management needs."
Prior to joining Spensa, Dave Swain most recently led the Precison Ag Team with South-ern States Cooperative. Prior to that Dave spent a decade with AgCo in a number of sales and marketing roles in the technology sector of AgCo. Dave also rounds out his technol-ogy experience by having served as SOILTEQ Marketing Representative for AgChem. Dave knows and appreciates the retail challenge having held location manager roles in both Terra International and Buckeye Countrymark. "Dave brings first-hand knowledge of successful use of technology in the agribusiness sector. His skills and experience will be an asset to our team", said Kim Nicholson, VP of Business Development at Spensa.
Chad Greenlee most recently served as Sales Manager, North America for SST Software. Chad held a number of roles in the last decade with SST including Field Support Center Manager and FarmRite Sales Manager. Chad rounds out his professional experience with a number of roles in the Insurance and Agribusiness world prior to his time at SST. "Chad knows and understands the challenges of a modern precision ag program and we are delighted to have his experience on our team roster." reports Nicholson.
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