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Agilix Solutions Announces Organizational Changes & Promotions

Agilix Solutions, a leading distributor of electrical supply, distribution equipment, automation, datacom, lighting, clean energy, specialty and building wire, power transmission and safety products and services, has announced the appointment of two company veterans to key roles.

David Jorgensen, who serves as Vice President of Branch Support Services for the South Region, will shift his role to include oversight of non-business enterprise branch support for the region, such as logistics, safety, facilities, ISO Certification and quality control. He’ll also assume branch management responsibilities for the Memphis and Bartlett, Tennessee, locations.

Megan Ferloni has been promoted to Director of Operations, a role in which she will manage all order systems, business systems, and other processes crucial to the health of the organization. Based in Memphis, she will also be responsible for supporting the execution of strategic plans, goals and objectives.

“David and Megan have each spent many years in the Agilix organization and bring excellent insight from our business and the industry in general,” said Dave Armstrong, Vice President of South Region for Agilix Solutions. “They have longstanding reputations for making an impact due to their perspective and passion for the business, and I know that they’ll continue to support our growth, operational excellence and exceptional customer service. I’m excited to have them in these leadership roles and congratulate them on their accomplishments.”

Agilix supports the contractor, commercial, healthcare, manufacturing, process automation and education markets, among others, to deliver products and solutions customers can depend on for performance and reliability. This ultimately allows customers to remain competitive and profitable by delivering automation solutions, providing products that save installation time in the field, managing inventory on jobsites, and offering access to materials quickly from one of the company’s 13 branches across six states.