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Electrosonic promotes Lemmings

Electrosonic has announced that Colin Lemmings has been named vice president of Corporate Solutions. With the company since 1988, Lemmings was previously sales director for the same business.

Electrosonic has announced that Colin Lemmings has been named vice president of Corporate Solutions, based in London. Corporate Solutions is one of three worldwide businesses for Electrosonic: the others are Entertainment and Control Rooms.

“I’m delighted to be in charge of the corporate business worldwide and excited at the prospect of driving the business forward with my colleagues on the executive board,” said Lemmings (pictured) who was formerly sales director for Corporate Solutions. “The new management structure at Electrosonic will enable us to offer clients international service from a single entity, utilizing focused account management tailored to individual clients. This will allow us to deliver standardized, high-quality systems in any region at competitive prices.”

“Electrosonic is a very successful company and has a great deal to offer clients in all its businesses, particularly in the fields of audio-visual meeting room systems and video conferencing networks, drawing on our heritage of good engineering practices, deep client relationships and thorough understanding of clients’ evolving communications needs in the 21st century,” he continued. “We offer a complete set of services from technical advice to integration, service contracts and on-site managed services, including video conferencing network management, all using our uniquely qualified staff.”

Lemmings has been with Electrosonic since 1988 in various positions including systems consultant, videowall sales manager, European sales manager of Corporate Solutions and most recently sales director for Corporate Solutions.

Separately, Electrosonic announced that Chris Conte had been named as vice president of Entertainment. He was formerly general manager of Systems Integration for North America and Asia.