Orlando, FL – October 17th, 2017 – Following a distinguished career of more than 10 years, Multicom Inc., is announcing that Controller, Marty Jones is retiring.
“Marty has been a trusted advisor in many of Multicom’s endeavors in the past decade. His wisdom, based on extensive experience in multiple fields, was often the deciding factor in the direction Multicom was heading. Not only has he led a world-class, diverse team, but he was also instrumental in designing the inventory and financial infrastructure in which we now work.” said Sherman Miller, Multicom’s President and CEO. “I have considered him a close colleague and he will be dearly missed. I wish him only the best in his well-deserved retirement.”
Marty was been responsible for, or streamlined many of Multicom’s internal systems including the enterprise software framework that the entire company currently runs on. As well, Marty helped to grow and implement much of the international purchasing, inspections and logistics; all of which are vital systems on which Multicom depends for both smooth financial transactions as well as critical quality control and complex international transportation issues.
Marty plays numerous musical instruments and will be further pursuing his musical passion and ambitions with the Roy Baker Band, a vintage rock & roll band out of Lake County, FL.
Marty’s retirement is effective December 1, 2017, but he will continue to assist in the transition to his replacement, Paul Lindstrom, a seasoned professional who will be taking over as Controller of Multicom. Paul comes to Multicom under the highest recommendations and we have no doubt that his capabilities will be an asset to the Multicom team going forward.
Established in 1982 and headquartered in Orlando, FL, Multicom, a manufacturer and stocking distributor, maintains sales offices, rep agencies and sub-distributors throughout North and Latin America. Multicom stocks over 16,000 products from more than 270 of the world’s major manufacturers which are used to acquire, process, and distribute audio, voice, video, data, energy, and traffic control signals over fiber optic, copper, coax cable, and wireless.