PCS Business Developers

PCS Business Developers
Bring Diverse Background and Experience to Your Utility

Eastern Region

Kim Ingerslev
Kim Ingerslev Senior Vice President

Kim Ingerslev represents the Eastern half of the United States for the PCS sales team. Kim has over 40 years’ experience in managing and directing development of utility software solutions and has in-depth experience in the management of the entire utility operations.

Kim enjoys working with utility management in their decision-making efforts in providing solutions that exceed their expectations and provides them with even greater success. Kim is a staunch advocate of the PCS solutions and in working with utility staff he authenticates the PCS corporate mission statement, “to assist utilities to be successful by providing high-quality solutions.

Western Region

Nate Houston
Nate HoustonRegional Business Developer

Nate Houston represents the Western half of the United States for the PCS sales team. Nate brings experience in marketing and project management. Nate loves working with people, building relationships and providing products and services that will make their lives easier. “All of my working life, I’ve enjoyed the people aspect of the job. My ability to create, maintain and value those relationships is a characteristic I plan to continue.”

Nate’s free time is spent with his family and split between the golf course and house projects. His favorite quote is “You, and only you, are responsible for your success.” When Nate calls to introduce himself, I hope you will take his call. .

Central Region

Doug Dorhout
Doug DorhoutRegional Business Developer
Raised in Humboldt, Iowa, Doug Dorhout graduated from Iowa Central Community College with an AA degree in Business Administration, Wayne State College with a BS degree in Sports Management and a minor in Business Administration. He is also a graduate of Iowa State Universities School of Education Leadership Institute for a New Century (LINC) Program. Doug joined PCS in January 2020 and enjoys being in a position where he can listen to the needs of the utilities and be able to provide follow up and follow through for them. He says “…establishing and fostering positive relationships is key personally and professionally. Beginning with the end in mind, it’s about working with colleagues to ensure our customers are benefiting from our products, services and support.” Doug is a member of the Denison Rotary Club and is a Paul Harris Fellow, serves on the Board of the Chamber and Development Council of Crawford County and on Denison’s Planning and Zoning Committee.