New Seniors at Adder Technology

Preparing for Continued Growth in 2017

Adder Technology, the IP-based high-performance KVM (keyboard, video, mouse) specialist, has started off the new year with a firm focus on continued growth with the appointment of Caleb Hooper, to the position of vice president of business development and product marketing.

Caleb Hooper

Jamie Adkin (Source: Adder Technology)

Hooper has 15 years of experience in the control room industry, with a proven track record in business development and product marketing across industrial, broadcast and government environments. He joins Adder from Emerson Network Power, where he worked for six years in the role of global product manager of control room solutions and has also worked for the likes of XOS Digital and Right Brain Media.

The company has also announced the promotion of Jamie Adkin to the position of vice president sales EMEA. Adkin has worked in the industry for almost 10 years. His expanded remit includes developing company strategy that directly contributes to the growth and expansion of Adder across EMEA. Working closely with Adder’s sales and marketing team Adkin will be responsible for implementing a channel strategy which focuses on partner development and sales enablement across multiple industries.

“This is an exciting time for Adder Technology as we prepare for continued growth in 2017. Expanding markets and new territories offer great opportunity providing we continue to listen and respond to our customers’ requirements. We have a high calibre, experienced team working on our long-term strategic goals and we’re delighted to now include Caleb in that team, with the wealth of expertise, particularly in command and control, that he brings,” says Adrian Dickens, CEO, Adder Technology.



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