Monica Baer, 262-522-9687
Pewaukee – CC&N, one of Wisconsin’s largest providers of cabling and infrastructure communication technologies, has hired Jeff Van Domelen as executive vice president. Van Domelen has more than 20 years of industry experience and will be responsible for the company’s business development and revenue growth. Before joining CC&N, he was director of business strategy and global deployment for Black Box Network Services, based in Minnetonka, Minn.
“Jeff brings many valuable assets to CC&N. He has a concentration of strategic business development experience and has been a trusted sales resource to numerous Fortune 500 and 1000 companies based in Wisconsin and throughout the country,” says Lisa Reardon, president, CEO and chairman of the CC&N and NEXT Electric board. “In addition, his background in establishing collaborative workflow practices between sales and operations will help advance our client experience.”
Van Domelen is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin – Madison and has a Bachelor of Business Administration degree.
CC&N, which is headquartered in Pewaukee, has more than 200 full and part-time employees. CC&N also operates offices in Appleton, Racine and Madison.
Founded 28 years ago, CC&N (Communications, Cabling and Networking) is one of Wisconsin’s largest providers of network connectivity and communications technologies. CC&N provides cabling, fiber and wireless infrastructure; DAS and security systems; integrated voice, data and video collaboration; IT network services, including 24-hour networking monitoring; and remote and onsite staffing solutions. The company’s customers range from small and mid-size businesses to Fortune 500 enterprises. A 100% employee owned company, CC&N is dedicated to quality, safe working practices and absolute integrity in all of its business relationships.
NEXT Electric, a wholly owned subsidiary of CC&N founded in 2012, is a premier electrical contractor focused on designing, installing and maintaining electrical systems for a wide range of industries in southeastern Wisconsin.