Norristown’s LCR Embedded Systems Welcomes New President, General Manager

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lcr logoNorristown’s LCR Embedded Systems – a designer, developer, and manufacturer of enclosures, backplanes, and fully integrated systems for a number of industries – has announced that David Pearson will be its new president.

Pearson will report to former president and company founder Nissen Isakov, who has assumed the role of Chief Executive Officer.

Pearson brings with him extensive experience in serving top aerospace and defense subcontractors and industrial manufacturers. His knowledge of design and manufacturing companies in the defense, industrial, medical, and other highly regulated markets will serve LCR Embedded Systems well, as it positions itself for the future.

“LCR Embedded offers its customers deep engineering knowledge, top-level manufacturing capabilities, and total commitment to the customer’s mission,” said Pearson. “The company has worked hard for the past few years to establish itself as the supplier of choice for leading defense subcontractors and other manufacturers, and it is poised for a period of extraordinary growth.

“It’s just the kind of vibrant, exciting company I love, and I can’t wait to help lead it to the next level of market penetration and beyond.”

Isakov is delighted to welcome Pearson to LCR.

“We’re sure that David is the right person to lead LCR Embedded as the company embarks on its next stage on the way to becoming the market leader for chassis, backplanes, and embedded systems.”

Pearson previously served as General Manager of Datacon Corporation. Prior to that, he worked for 12 years as the Global Director of Sales for Amphenol Corporation. He was also Founder, President, and CEO of Paragon Electronic Systems from 1993-2004.

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