AMAG Technology Hires Federal Government Projects Manager
Security management and digital video solution provider AMAG Technology hired Todd Harrington for the newly created position of Federal Government Projects Manager.
In his new position, Harrington will work closely with the company’s federal government focused integrators to help provide technical support to government end users and drive projects to completion.
“I am excited to contribute my extensive experience in planning and deploying enterprise-level electronic security systems in the federal government market to this newly created position within AMAG,” says Harrington. “My new role will allow me to identify emerging feature requirements and enhancements for our government-focused product line as well as track and resolve technical issues through close contact with our valued integrators and federal government clients.”
“We are excited to have Todd onboard and feel his qualifications for this new position are impeccable,” says AMAG Technology Vice President of Technical Services Ray Payne. “His contributions will provide exceptional customer service to our government vertical market.”
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