OptoTest announces new vice president

CAMARILLO, CA – OptoTest announced the promotion of Chris Heisler to Vice President. The announcement was made by Caroline Connolly, President of OptoTest. “Chris Heisler is a strong and effective leader and has played a key role in our success; we are thrilled to promote him to this important position,” said Connolly.

In this new role, Heisler will be responsible for driving new product development to expand and diversify the existing product line.  He will expand his current leadership of the Engineering department to include corporate strategic planning in addition to developing a technological vision to accelerate corporate growth.

Heisler joined the engineering department at OptoTest in 2006 and quickly advanced to the role of Technical Manager until he was promoted to Engineering Manager in 2014. His industry experience in customer-focused technology solutions and technical knowledge make him the perfect fit for this promotion.

“It has been a pleasure working at OptoTest from its early stages,” said Heisler. “I have been able to watch the company grow and thrive. The strong base of support from the OptoTest employees and the overall culture at OptoTest make the most difficult goals achievable. I am proud to represent the company as Vice President”.

Based in Camarillo, California, OptoTest strives to be on the forefront of the fiber optics industry with solid fundamental measurement technologies for optical power, insertion loss, return loss, and launch condition. The company maintains a tradition of breakthrough products and innovative solutions for the testing and analysis of fiber optic components and systems.

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