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Imagen strengthens sales team with two new hires

Cambridge, UK – 11 January 2016 – Imagen Ltd (formerly Cambridge Imaging Systems) is pleased to announce the appointment of two new sales professionals who will assist with the continuing growth of the business, through 2016 and beyond. Both Eddie Farish and David Vlok bring with them a wealth of experience and expertise gained from a range of roles and industries. They will individually head up the company’s focused entry into a number of new business sectors.

Eddie Farish joins the company with a 15 year track record in media and technology sales, having worked with companies including CDS Digital, Avid Technology, and OpenText. His most recent appointment, with Software AG, saw him serve as Sales Manager, providing professional services such as business intelligence, analytics and cloud solutions to 70 % of companies within the FTSE.

David Vlok has held Business Development and Account Management roles in a number of industries for firms including Babcock, Thales, NetApp and others, across a career spanning more than 20 years. After meeting and exceeding his targets working with EMC in his native South Africa for over 7 years, David went on to work in the Middle East for a number of years, providing solutions to both the Finance and Oil & Gas industries.

“The appointments of Eddie and David reflect the level of growth that Imagen has achieved in recent months. These new hires enable Imagen to manage the growing demand for video management in new business sectors, in which the flexibility of our solution allows us to thrive.

We are pleased to welcome Eddie and David to the team and are confident that their expertise will help us to develop these new markets.”

Jonathan Hebbes, VP Sales, Imagen

Ian Mottashed

Ian Mottashed

Ian is one of the longest-standing members of the Imagen (formerly Cambridge Imaging Systems) story. Our VP Marketing, not content with everything else he has to coordinate, somehow also manages to find time to lend his hand to a blog post or two.

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