Smart Monkeys, Inc., the show control specialist, has announced the promotion of Jason Pontius to Director of Operations and the opening of a new office in Orlando.
Smart Monkeys, Inc., is pleased to announce the promotion of Jason Pontius to Director of Operations. In his new role, he will be leading the company’s efforts to streamline overall operations and increase client satisfaction.
Pontius previously held the role of Senior Manager, where he worked to position the company as a leading provider of show control, network and media management solutions to the entertainment industry.
Over 25 years of experience
“In the past couple of years we have grown our team and added several competencies to our service portfolio,” says Alan Anderson, Managing Partner at Smart Monkeys, Inc. “We are known for our unmatched expertise with Medialon products, and we have developed the same level of skills and experience with other brands such as Q-SYS and Alcorn McBride.
“Jason will be leaning on more than twenty-five years of experience in the industry to ensure both our Production and Support teams are performing at their best.”
The company has also opened a new office in Orlando, Florida, USA. This new location, in the heart of the theme park capital of the world, enables Smart Monkeys to provide faster and more efficient support to its customers.
“We are delighted to announce the opening of our first satellite office”, said Stephan Villet, Managing Partner at Smart Monkeys, Inc. ”This new facility is located in close proximity to some of the world’s leading Themed and Entertainment companies. The location will give us access to a very large pool of the finest specialized engineer talent in the region that we can use to fuel the continued growth of the company”, Villet added.
Smart Monkeys, Inc. will be exhibiting at IAAPA Expo 2019 when it takes place in Orlando from 18 – 21 November. The team can be found at booth #771.
Earlier this year, the company appointed Joy Burke as Senior Manager of Special Projects. Burke previously worked at Alcorn McBride, where she spent 16 years working in design and product engineering.