Promotion Confirms Company’s Commitment to Customer MissionsAugust 15, 2017 – Norristown, PA – LCR Embedded Systems is pleased to announce the appointment of David Freeman, former National Sales Manager, as Director of Mission Assurance. Freeman will report directly to LCR Embedded Systems President David Pearson.
In his new role, Freeman will lead the company’s efforts in providing world-class products and technology solutions that meet the challenging development schedules and quality metrics of key customers including the Department of Defense, and Tier One and Two Defense Primes.
Freeman began working with LCR Embedded Systems in 2004 and currently has 35 years of experience in electromechanical aerospace products. As Eastern Regional Sales Manager, he grew the company’s East Coast customer base significantly in addition to growing relationships with many of LCR Embedded’s largest customers. He is in many ways the face of LCR Embedded Systems with Tier One and Two defense contractors, national labs and research entities, and government organizations like SOCOM and NAVAIR.
“Dave has been a pillar of the company since he came on board, and has proven himself completely committed to our customers’ missions and ensuring that their needs are met in ways that are creative, effective, and cost- and time-efficient,” said LCR Embedded Systems President David Pearson. “In addition, his sales, engineering, and application knowledge is unparalleled. I can’t think of anyone better able to align competing engineering and quality requirements and capabilities with an eye toward rock-solid mission assurance, and I know that our customers – most of whom have worked with Dave for years – would say the same.”
LCR Embedded Systems CEO Nissen Isakov agrees. “Over the past decade or so, Dave has played a crucial role in our expansion from a business unit of LCR Electronics to a top award-winning supplier to the world’s largest aerospace and defense primes. His ability to articulate our capabilities, digest the engineering, scheduling, cost, and application constraints of our customers, and reconcile it all has been central to our customers’ success – and the success of the warfighters who are of course our ultimate customers.”