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Prism Sound Adds to Team
Cambridge, UK - Oct 12, 2008 - Since acquiring Sadie at the start of the year, Prism Sound's business has been going well, and the company has added a number of new staff to help satisfy demand for its range of recording, post production and test and measurement products.
Some of the new recruits to Prism Sound needed no help in finding their way around the company's headquarters in Streatham, Cambridgeshire, because they were already familiar with the lay-out having moved across with Sadie, which previously owned the building. Among those who have joined from Sadie are Steve Penn, who handles product support; Mark Overall, in charge of Sadie production; Ed Tottenham, from the Sadie software team; Mark Evans, who looks after sales administration and product support; David Cousins, who is responsible for processing Sadie orders and Matt Mason, who now works in the accounts department. Pete Nash has also joined Prism Sound as a sales consultant and is now regularly spotted demonstrating Sadie equipment on the company's exhibition stands.
Prism Sound's line-up of new faces is completed by Dan Poxton, who is working on software development for the company's test and measurement products including the Dscope Series III audio analyzer; Tim Reynolds, a hardware engineer who is working closely with Prism Sound founding director Ian Dennis to develop new products and production assistant Christopher Bradbury, who has joined the company straight from college.
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