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Vaddio Furniture Systems Adds New Product Manager
Posted on Thursday, October 7, 2010
Vaddio Furniture Systems Adds New Product Manager Vaddio, the global leader in robotic PTZ cameras and camera control systems is pleased to announce the expansion of its Vaddio Furniture Systems line with the addition of Jon Reiss as Product Manager. Reiss received his Bachelor’s of Science in Media Arts and Production at the Art Institute International of Minnesota, and served in various community service positions before starting his marketing career in the audiovisual field. Prior to his hiring at Vaddio, Reiss worked for Visitec Marketing, a Pro-AV Manufacturer’s Rep, as an inside sales and marketing associate. Vaddio Furniture Systems Product Manager, Jon Reiss Reiss will be responsible for developing, marketing and supporting Vaddio’s Furniture Systems brand. Vaddio Furniture Systems, including Edge Videoconferencing Carts and Instrukt Educational Teaching Stations, are designed to integrate functionality, durability and style into any classroom, boardroom or training facility. Edge carts are available within 48 hours of order placement and can be drop-shipped completely assembled or flat-packed for convenience. “Vaddio’s continuous growth is enviable and having the chance to take part in the new furniture division is an exciting opportunity,” explained Reiss. “There are so many AV furniture options available on the market today that are functional and durable, but we saw an opportunity to introduce contemporary “attractive” characteristics. Home and office furniture is now designed with sleek, sculptured and modern techniques. Why can’t we do that with AV furniture?”