Mode:Green Announces Bill Sacks as Director of Business Development
NY, New York – January 14, 2020 – Premier hospitality integration firm Mode:Green announces a new addition to its team, with Bill Sacks joining as director of business development. In his new role, Bill will support Mode:Green clients from project start and design phases through the finishing touches, with the highest level of service.
With a degree in Nuclear Engineering from Rensselear Polytechnic Institute and a construction and technology background, Sacks was most recently based in Singapore as the global hospitality quality leader at Lutron Electronics. With a specialty for field project management and commissioning of large lighting, shading, and guest room control projects as well as background working at Air Force and Navy bases, Sacks has worked with top lighting designers and hotel brands to deliver systems for hotels across the United States, Southeast Asia, Australia, Japan, and other international locations.
Internally, Bill will be developing systems and processes to streamline and organize the rapid growth of Mode:Green. His experience will be instrumental in the execution of several high-profile projects coming online this year. Having wrote the book on global hotel controls deployments, Bill is a welcome asset to an already robust team of hospitality technology specialists.
“Hotels are quickly grasping the benefits of automation and lighting systems to please their guests and benefit their business. In the industry, Mode:Green delivers the standard for custom systems, and Bill is a great addition to our five-star team as our new director of business development,” commented Mode:Green President and Founder Bill Lally. “His hospitality, construction, and technology background are the perfect mix to complement our clients’ needs, and to support our next level of processes, service, and integrations.”
In new construction or retrofit projects, Mode:Green works with all parties involved, serving as a liaison between architects, engineers, contractors, designers, and more, to ensure a seamless technology integration. As the director of business development, Sacks will lend his background in both product and construction knowledge and his expertise in procedure for hospitality projects to elevate the quality, satisfaction, and efficiency of Mode:Green’s projects as well as customer satisfaction. Sacks will contribute to Mode:Green’s practices to deliver bespoke systems, continuously working with manufacturers to test, program, customize, and implement new technologies for innovative, reliable, and intuitive systems.
For more information about Mode:Green, visit modegreen.com.