Intamac Continues to Expand its Team to Meet and Exceed the Demands of Key Partners

Intamac Systems, the UK's market leader in Internet accessed monitoring and control, has appointed three new members of staff and significantly strengthened its technical support team.

Intamac CEO, Kevin Meagher comments: "We're enjoying a time of very rapid growth in our core business - the digital home market - and the world is beating a path to our door for our technology and revolutionary Home Manager service. We're continuing to develop web portal solutions that allow consumers to remotely control domestic devices and secure their homes, and we are rapidly becoming recognised as the leading brand in the space as we continue to expand and develop new feature -rich service offerings for our partners.

New Recruits
Richard Thomas joins from TPF Group and is a Cisco and Microsoft certified professional who brings to Intamac over 10 years experience in IT networking. Previously, he worked for Fearing International where he specialised in re -designing entire network infrastructures including firewall protection, switches, telephone systems and Blackberry migration.

Jason Coombes joins Intamac with over 14 years experience and a wealth of knowledge in database design and implementation within the outsourcing sector. As a HNC qualified and Microsoft certified professional, he has experience of migrating systems to SQL Server, developing bespoke data capture systems and implementing multi -channel CRM contact centre systems.

Amy Fogarty also joins Intamac's expanding administration team. With a background in Customer Relationship management, Amy will provide additional support to the customer service call centre team, at a time of growth in Intamac subscriber numbers.

Meagher adds, "Securing high quality members of staff is pivotal to the continued rapid development of our business. I'm glad to welcome the new staff members as they will be essential in underpinning our worldwide expansion."

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