When it comes to building a world-class company for automated window treatments, you need an inventor, someone who tweaks and tinkers late into the night because he’s fascinated by the elements that must be tamed and he’s excited by the challenge of fine-tuning products into perfection.
QMotion founder, Willis Mullet, spent many years improving garage doors and garage door openers. Willis is the former CEO of the Wayne Dalton Corp., one of the nation’s leading manufacturers of garage doors and openers. While at Wayne Dalton, he helped steer major advancements in insulated garage doors including the first pinch-resistant sectional joints as well as a revolutionary torsion spring counterbalance system that quickly became the envy of the industry.
Willis has injected Qmotion with that same dynamic energy, crafting ways to make window treatments move quietly, more efficiently, and have batteries that last years longer, or equally innovative low voltage powered shades.
Qmotion’s president is Joseph Selogy, formerly Wayne Dalton’s chief financial officer. Joe focuses much of his time on customers and teamwork as wireless technology and “smart” building grow rapidly.