As of March 11, 2013, Joe Zaccari was promoted to be the new Screaming Circuits Business Unit Manager. In Joe’s new role he will manage the key front office functions: inside sales, customer service, purchasing, quoting and other areas that directly touch the customer. “We created this new position because we know that these key functions are critical to effectively engage, communicate and serve our customers. We are dedicated to making the Screaming Circuits quoting, ordering and delivery processes the easiest, most transparent in the market for our customer base. The Business Unit Manager will oversee and manage these efforts directly” says COO Rick McClain. “It’s a great opportunity because right now there is so much innovation and change in the way companies communicate with customers. I’m looking forward to developing partnerships, improving Screaming Circuits current service offerings, and developing systems that allow us to more efficiently manage it all. We want to create a system that serves the unique needs of our customers better than anyone else” says Zaccari. Joe has been with Screaming Circuits since 2011, and brings a successful background of business management and business development experience with him. Joe’s experience in the electronics industry, sales and customer service roles makes him an ideal candidate for the position. Screaming Circuits provides quick-turn prototype and small volume production assembly services through a comprehensive e-commerce website; Complete turn-key service, including parts, PC board fab and assembly can be quoted and ordered online, in real time. Support options include assembly of kitted, turn-key and RoHS designs. With automated ordering, live phone support, an on-time guarantee and a 10_% first-order discount, Screaming Circuits is a full-service Internet-based prototype specialist. Screaming Circuits was formed in 2003 as a quick-turn prototype division of MEC, a privately held ISO 9001-certified contract manufacturer, offering design and turnkey production volume assembly services. For more information, visit Screaming Circuits on the web at or the company blog at

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