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Controlled Contamination Services Improves Sales Delivery Process
Date:11/9/2018

Controlled Contamination Services (CCS) is excited to announce its most significant change in its corporate sales structure that will enable CCS to scale its business across the US and widen our reach to enterprise organizations within the industries it serves. With a large geographic footprint and a need for a wide array of services to accommodate our current client base nationwide, this new structure will provide the high-level experience its customers expect.

Effective, November 1st, Brian Weed was promoted to the position of Vice President of Sales and is responsible for leading the Business Development Team for CCS throughout the US. Previously, Brian’s leadership of the East and Central Region sales team and his ability to grow and develop his team has produced outstanding results and some of the greatest pieces of new business in CCS’s history. It is that which will provide the fulcrum for Brian to lead the CCS Business Development across the US, moving forward. Brian is a Mechanical Engineer and has been with CCS for more than 5 years.

Also, effective on the same day, Mike Mendoza, was promoted to the position of Vice President, National Accounts and will be the first person in CCS history to assume the responsibility for focusing solely on National Account acquisition in the US and working with our sales and marketing team to build to acquire large enterprise multi state, multi-location contracts. Mike is a Microbiologist and has been with CCS for more than 8 years.

“This new structure is part of the exciting evolution of CCS across the US to serve its customers and provide a service delivery model and value proposition to our customers that is unmatched,” said Eric Goldmann, CCS President. CCS’s unique value proposition for its customers requires a go-to-market strategy and a service delivery model that enables us to take advantage of our customers’ exceptional opportunities as we grow throughout the US.

About CCS

CCS is the leading provider of enterprise solutions for the pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device, high tech, IT, electronic, semiconductor, aerospace and defense industries. CCS provides its clients with comprehensive cleaning, bio-decontamination, and technical service solutions that exceed the health, safety, and environmental requirements at facilities of any size and use throughout the US. With more than 25 years of industry and quality knowledge and experts across the US, CCS utilizes an in-depth understanding of FDA regulations and GxP requirements to meet and exceed the most stringent cleaning and decontamination needs.

CCS's Data Center Services Division provides a wide range of specialty cleaning services that included: Data Center Cleaning, Hot Aisle and Cold Aisle Containment Systems, Water and Leak Detection, Facility Monitoring, Computer Room Cleaning, Large Scale Post Construction Cleaning, Underfloor Plenum Cleaning, Raised Floor Access Cleaning, Equipment and Environment Cleaning, Zinc Whisker Testing and Remediation, 7 X 24 Disaster Recovery Services, We also offer High Efficiency Infrastructure Optimization products and services for data center customers who are in need of improved infrastructure cooling, power and monitoring efficiency and management.

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