AMAG Technology, a security management and digital video solution provider, announces Daniel Stevens as the newest professional engineer to join the company's professional services department.
AMAG's Professional Services Department (ProServices) will help AMAG customers meet rigid timetables and plan ahead for complex installations ensuring that important aspects of the project are reviewed and carefully considered. Stevens will assist with complicated deployments and upgrades, as well as configurations and system audits. He will also help create custom scripts, reports and interfaces to third party systems.
"Daniel's experience will help provide our customers with excellent customer service, which the Professional Services Department strives for everyday," says AMAG Professional Service Manager Wayne Schwierjohann.
"This is an exciting time to be joining AMAG as they ramp up their professional services department to deliver unprecedented support to AMAG integrators," says Stevens.
Stevens previously worked at URS Corporation as a security consultant where he project managed the design and installation for access control, security and digital video at Denver International Airport. Stevens has also worked on the technical side for several widely respected security manufacturers.
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