Biamp Systems Appoints Great Lakes Regional Manager


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John Lamberson

Beaverton, OR - Mar 31, 2014 - Biamp Systems has appointed John Lamberson to the position of regional sales manager for the U.S. Great Lakes region. Lamberson will be responsible for sourcing new business opportunities while supporting the company's existing client base with sales and customer service initiatives.

As part of the company's North American sales department, Lamberson will develop and execute sales strategies for Biamp's everyday and enterprise-grade audio solutions in the region. He has more than 20 years of experience in pro AV. He has held various sales management positions in addition to being a systems, project, and application support engineer.

Based in Illinois, Lamberson holds CTS, DMC-E and CMCP-P certifications, in addition to a bachelor of science in electronic engineering.




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