Intrinsic targets further growth with key appointments

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Converged solutions and unified communications specialist Intrinsic Technology has strengthened its Avaya practice with the appointments of solution architect Graham Miller and account manager Jason Nemits.

The appointments, says the company, signals further strategic expansion for Avaya Platinum and Cisco Gold Partner Intrinsic, which extended its Haydock-based Client Services Centre (CSC) by 100 per cent in August to expand its 24-hour service desk facility and act as a hub for field engineering operations.

Miller joins Intrinsic with a wealth of experience in the design, support and implementation of complex Unified Communications solutions, having held technical roles with a number of channel resellers including Affiniti, BT Global Services, and BT Data and Desktop Services.

Nemits brings 10 years’ business development experience to his new position. Having previously worked with Bladebrook Computer Services and Redstone Solutions where he gained experience across both the enterprise and Government sectors.

Adam Jarvis, sales director at Intrinsic, said: “Intrinsic has grown by around 40 per cent in 2010 and we are determined to repeat this growth next year. In turn, I am delighted to welcome Jason and Graham to the team. Both have notable experience in providing advanced UC solutions to enterprise businesses and the public sector, which will prove invaluable in further expanding our footprint and reputation for delivering transformational projects.

“Through investment in the most skilled people and being able to provide a vendor-independent approach, we are able to continue to provide the best solutions for our clients, based firmly on their individual business needs.”