Southland Industries appoints Brian Boutte as Chief Commercial Officer

Southland Industries appoints Brian Boutte as Chief Commercial Officer

Boutte will be responsible for leading the sales and business development efforts across all of Southland’s businesses Boutte has almost three decades of experience in sales and business development Boutte is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point

Brian Boutte.

DULLES, VA — Southland Industries, one of the nation's largest MEP building systems experts providing engineering, construction, service and energy service solutions, recently appointed Brian Boutte as Chief Commercial Officer. In his new role,  Boutte will be responsible for leading the sales and business development efforts across all of Southland’s businesses, as well as establishing best in class sales and marketing processes to meet all sales, revenue, and profit targets.
 
“Brian brings a new perspective to Southland that I am confident will lead to the establishment of world class sales and business development procedures throughout our organization,” stated Southland CEO Ted Lynch. “With a history of building and developing exceptional sales teams, I am excited for Brian to join Southland and help our integrated teams continue to identify and execute connected solutions for our customers,” Lynch continued.

With almost three decades of experience in sales and business development, Boutte has the expertise required to create a robust sales and business development organization and pursue commercial excellence. Most recently, Boutte oversaw global sales, marketing, operations, and program development for a leader in the digital industrial market, where he created a reputation for strategically exceeding revenue goals. His familiarity with cross-functional teams spanning various regions will be an asset to Southland. Boutte is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point.

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