Intamac Systems Ltd announces new Chairman
Intamac Systems Limited, the Connected Home service provider announces the appointment of a new Chairman, Grant Masom, who takes over from previous Chairman, Allen Timpany, who now takes up a non-executive director role.
The management team will be strengthened by the appointment of a Chairman with such considerable experience in the technology business. Grant has wide experience in both executive and non-executive roles of successfully growing technology-based businesses. In the 1990’s, he was Chief Executive of two venture-backed network services business, Tricom Communications and GADC Networks, leading both to successful trade sale exits. Since then, he has chaired 11 companies, and served as a non-executive director of 4 others, achieving a further 8 exits, most recently in 2011. From 2001 to 2007, he was chairman of Amino Technologies, leading the company to a successful flotation and worldwide market leadership in delivery of TV services over IP networks. His industry experience includes software, telecommunications, networking, IT services, distribution, and marketing services, and has consulted for and advised a number of venture capital and private equity firms.
David Perez, Intamac CEO comments, “we are pleased to welcome Grant to the role of Chairman. He brings with him a wealth of experience and we look forward to what, I’m sure, will be a very positive and successful next step in the company’s development.”
About Intamac Systems
Intamac Systems is a market leader in the integration and networking of devices within the connected home. Founded in 2000 and based in the UK, Intamac was the first company in the world to exploit cloud based computing to support the deployment of value added services to the Connected Home. Their platform is an enterprise solution that leverages broadband and mobile to deliver innovative security, video surveillance, automation, energy management and telecare solutions to the mass consumer space. With fixed and mobile broadband becoming ubiquitous, Intamac Systems use their platform to simplify the installation and deployment of devices to provide turnkey solutions to partners that want to exploit growth opportunities in the connected home.
Intamac was listed in the 2010 Deloitte Technology Fast 50 as one of the fastest growing technology companies in the UK. As well as a top 150 listing in the Deloitte Fast 500 EMEA table. For more information see www.intamac.com