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06.11.2019, 16:39

Kramer Announces New CEO

Company News, Appointments, EMEA, ICT

Kramer Electronics has appointed Itzhak Bambagi as Chief Executive Officer with immediate effect.

 

Bambagi has served in key executive roles at Digital/Compaq and also led IBM's IT transformational experience using cloud technologies and various digital workplace initiatives across the EMEA region.

 

With a strong history in software and cloud developments, he will be expected to play a key part in driving Kramer’s ethos of advanced pro AV solutions utilizing tighter integration, software, and developing cloud-driven functionality.  

 

Commenting on his appointment, Bambagi said:

"I am both proud and honoured to be joining Kramer as their CEO.

 

"For the past 4 decades, Kramer has led the way with advanced AV solutions and the Kramer brand is known and respected worldwide. I have been a long-term admirer of Dr. Joseph Kramer’s dedication, work and vision and look forward to working with the global Kramer teams to further enhance the company’s evolution and making Kramer even greater.

 

"Bringing software and cloud components further into the pro AV arena is the next step. By allowing remote support and management, we can bring standard uniformity to multisite installations, wherever they are in the world. Hassle-free solutions and an outstanding user experience are key and my IBM experience will assist in delivering technology that ‘behaves’ in ways that are wholly familiar to, and expected by, IT departments.

 

"The way customers consume IT and AV in an IoT enabled world will have a tremendous impact on our industry. Converging technologies bring a multitude of challenges and opportunities with software-driven solutions, cloud power, and scalability as well as opportunities for new business models, such as AV as a Service (AVaaS). We aim to reinforce Kramer as the ‘go-to’ brand for pro AV remote management and cloud advancements. We will, of course, continue to develop our pro AV innovation and support, educate, and collaborate with our loyal customer base which has made Kramer so great for the last 4 decades."

 

Dr. Joseph Kramer, Kramer founder, President and Chairman, added:

"We are incredibly excited to share this fantastic appointment. Itzhak’s decades of experience in sales, service and operational management paired with his deep understanding of advanced networking and cloud technology will be invaluable assets as Kramer meets the continuing challenges of the converging pro AV and IT industries."

 

 

 

 

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