Intercept Technology Names New Marketing Manager


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Intercept Technology, a leading EDA software developer for PCB, RF and hybrid design solutions, today announced the promotion of Lindy Kretchmer to marketing manager. Kretchmer will work closely with Dale Hanzelka, director of sales and marketing, to continue Intercept’s marketing and communications efforts going forward. She will be responsible for driving the company’s marketing strategy, developing technical communications and designing company messaging. She takes over from Abby Monaco.


“Lindy brings vast experience in complex marketing initiatives as well as a strong background in technical communications,” said Hanzelka, to whom Kretchmer will directly report. “She has provided tremendous contributions to new and existing business growth. I am delighted to have a professional of her caliber in this post.”

Kretchmer comes to the position with almost 20 years of experience in the EDA industry and has also contracted in the past with such companies as Dish Network, State Farm Insurance, Ciber, Qmatic and more in various marketing and communications positions.



“Intercept’s impressive PCB/Hybrid/RF design software highlights the company’s commitment to reliable, industry-leading design solutions that deliver true results to their customer base,” said Kretchmer. “I am proud to bring my background and experience to Intercept’s ranks as Marketing Manager.”

Kretchmer earned her B.A. from Knox College and M.A. in English from Illinois State University and brings with her a strong interest in technical marketing and communication.

About Intercept

Intercept Technology Inc. is the leading supplier of PCB, RF and Hybrid software solutions. Intercept's EDA software suite includes PCB layout design with specialized RF, Hybrid, and high speed design options, schematic design, simulation interfaces, design for manufacture (DFM) rules checking, library management, and 35+ database translators and interfaces that facilitate full environment migration and the completion of RF, Hybrid, High Speed, SiP, Analog, Digital, and Mixed-Signal designs. Additionally, Intercept's software solutions are scalable, serving small, medium and large sized companies.

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