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LMI appoints Mirela Cunjalo as product marketing specialist

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LMI Technologies has appointed Mirela Cunjalo as product marketing specialist. She will be responsible for product marketing and planning initiatives related to LMI's broad range of industrial sensors on an international basis. As an integral part of the LMI product marketing department, she will be responsible for all product training, market and competitive intelligence, and product metrics and planning.

Before joining LMI, Cunjalo was with Rockwell Automation located in Delta, British Columbia, Canada where her positions ranged from applications and support engineering to product marketing. She brings to her new role five years of factory automation experience focusing on Human Machine Interface products that have the highest market share in North America.

At LMI, Cunjalo will be expanding her knowledge to include both hardware and software applications for the machine vision market.

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