Leading audio-visual solutions company, Electrosonic, has announced the appointment of Jim Fitton as its new Head of Solutions.
Jim Fitton has been tasked with expanding the company’s technical design offering.
With 26-years’ experience in the AV industry, Fitton brings a wealth of knowledge to the table. He has worked across a range of disciplines including AV consultancy, design, technology and project management, and business development.
In his new role, he will lead the Pre-Sales Engineering and Solutions Architect teams to provide technical design solutions that lead the way both technically and aesthetically.
He will be reporting directly to Marc Cooke, the company’s Operations Director, and will work closely with the design solution team to provide a standardised global offering.
An important step forward for Electrosonic’s AV design offering
“We are delighted to have such a recognised industry figure join the Electrosonic team,” confirms Sarah Joyce, Managing Director, Electrosonic Ltd. “Jim’s appointment is an important step forward for Electrosonic’s AV design offering, and the ability to deliver unified, standardised global solutions.”
Prior to joining Electrosonic, Fitton served as Technology Manager at ‘Involve Visual Collaboration’, specialists in visual collaboration and AV design. In addition, he has worked in business development and consultancy roles for two major international manufacturers, Crestron International and Extron Electronics.
“Electrosonic has successfully offered technical design support to both the Entertainment and Corporate markets for many years,” comments Fitton.
“I want to use all my experience to further expand this offering, ensuring the initial design meets the client’s unique objectives, adheres to budgets and time scales, is easy to maintain and support, whilst providing flexibility for future growth.
“Increasing our focus on technical design solutions enables us to have earlier engagement with the client and will ultimately save time and reduce costs during the design phase, as well as simplifying and speeding up the installation,” adds Fitton.
Founded in 1964, Electrosonic creates tailored, state-of-the-art solutions for a wide range of markets including theme parks, museums, video conferencing and control rooms.