Mark Murrietta Joins NSTAR’s Management Team
January 22, 2019
By NSTAR’s Communications Team
NSTAR appointed Mark Murrietta as its new director of business development in November 2018. In addition to establishing strategic business development plans and objectives, he will be responsible for supporting new and existing business.
“Mark has the enthusiasm and motivation we look for in a member of the NSTAR leadership team” says Darrell McDaniel, President/CEO. “I’m confident he will do a great job. We are excited to have him on our team”
Just like successful businesses, many people set personal goals and objectives for a new year of growth. Murrietta’s goals include increasing NSTAR’s customer service base and driving optimal revenue growth in all areas of service offerings. His achievement-oriented nature will help him create opportunities with new and existing customers. With more than 25 years in the semiconductor industry, Murrietta brings knowledge, experience and flexibility to his new role.
NSTAR realized the need for a director of business development to leverage a vast network to immediately contribute to customer growth and increased revenue plans. Murrietta’s relationship-building skills and innovative approach to increasing market share will enable him to maximize growth at NSTAR. In his new role, Murrietta will present recommendations and value propositions. With his solid record of sales and sales development, he aims to secure agreements on NSTAR’s aligned services to increase customer spend and market share.
Murrietta’s record of national and international advancements and accomplishments in the semiconductor industry ensures a high level of executive visibility for our key customers to assure maximum exposure and increased levels of business opportunities.
Previously the director of sales at GlobalFoundries and vice president of sales at SilTerra and United Test and Assembly Center Ltd. (UTAC Group), Murrietta is well-connected and knowledgeable. His experience with IDMs, fabless firms, equipment manufacturers, pure-play foundries, assembly and test houses, and IP/engineering design automation tool vendors will allow for quicker penetration of previously untapped key markets.