Orlando, FL – November 28th, 2017  – Multicom, Inc., has hired Paul Lindstrom as Controller. Paul will lead a team of accounting, administrative, human resources and purchasing specialists based at our headquarters in Orlando, Florida.

Paul Lindstrom – New Multicom Controller

Prior to joining Multicom, Paul has had numerous leadership roles with over 20 years of experience as Controller for a number of companies. Using his degree in accounting, Paul worked his way up from a staff accountant to the Controller at a container manufacturing company in the early 1990s. By 2003, Paul was the Controller and Operations Manager at a prominent distributor of printing supplies and equipment, where he handled multiple tasks including human resources and integrating newly purchased companies into a unified systems-controlled environment. Outside the office Paul is an avid golfer and with his family, enjoys participating in his local church activities.

“Paul’s extensive experience will be a huge asset for Multicom going forward,” says Sherman Miller, President and CEO of Multicom, “What impressed me the most about Paul is his ability to quickly learn our management systems as well as his ideas of how we can incorporate these systems in ways we had not thought of in the past. An outside-the-box thinker, Paul’s energy and creative thinking will be a welcome addition to our staff.”

“It’s an exciting time to join,” says Paul. “Multicom and I share a common vision for the future; where Multicom continues to innovate and lead the way in the development and distribution of new network products and solutions. It’s a privilege to be a part of such a dynamic company.”


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.