Antoine Rouget joins Biamp as technical support specialist Asia/Pacific
|Biamp announced the appointment of Antoine Rouget as Technical Support Specialist for the Asia/Pacific region. Rouget works from Biamp’s Hong Kong office and reports directly to Kiley Henner, Biamp’s Technical Support Manager. His responsibilities include providing technical and application support for the full range of Biamp products throughout the entire Asia/Pacific territory.
Commenting on the announcement, Henner said, “The Asia/Pacific region is quickly becoming one of our most important regions. With the addition of Antoine, Biamp will be able to provide a quicker response to our burgeoning customer base throughout the region. Antoine brings a very comprehensive approach to technical and application issues that our customers face on a daily basis. His extensive experience in the audio industry, most recently as a consultant, coupled with his technical and inter-personal skills make Antoine a valuable addition to Biamp and a perfect fit for this exciting new position.”
Rouget brings an extensive professional audio design and engineering background to Biamp, including sound reinforcement and system design knowledge as well as engineering experience with live sound and digital mixing applications. Most recently, Rouget worked as a Designer for Engineering Harmonics Inc. where he oversaw design, AV tender specification and contract awards for high profile projects ranging from concert halls to stadiums. Prior to that, Rouget held the positions of design Engineer and R&D Manager for Adamson Systems Engineering, Inc. With Adamson, Rouget oversaw the entire project process from initial feasibility studies to the manufacturing of loudspeaker products.
“I welcome the opportunity to work for such an innovative pro audio company as Biamp,” said Rouget. “Our distributors in the Asia Pacific region are recognized by many as true technological leaders and I welcome the challenge of providing these companies with the best possible technical service and support.”
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