Kim Burgess joins AMX Australia team in newly-created Product Specialist role
AMX is delighted to announce the addition of Kim Burgess to the team in Australia. Kim comes to AMX with broad industry experience including event production, control system programming with AMX Dealers and most recently, a role with the Queensland Department of Justice & Attorney General that saw him responsible for the deployment of an AMX Resource Management Suite (RMS) system managing supreme, district and magistrates courts across Queensland.
In his new role, Kim will be involved in many aspects of the AMX operation including AMX University training, events, product management & development and specifically, the support of new and existing customers with RMS deployments and ensuring they achieve maximum return on their RMS investment. Kim will initially be based in our Queensland HQ in Southport but will be moving to Victoria in early 2013 to support the Southern Region team servicing Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia and Tasmania as a local representative of the AMX Technical Response Group (TRG) based in our Port Melbourne office.
"As one of the team behind the delivery of arguably the world's best RMS deployment at the Queensland Department of Justice & Attorney General, we are delighted to have Kim join the AMX team" said Graham Barrett, Technology Director for AMX in Australia & New Zealand. "His extensive, real-world experience with RMS, NetLinx and Java programming languages will make him a great asset to our AMX University and Product Management teams and provide us a high-level technical capability in the Southern Region when he moves to Melbourne next year.
"AMX have repeatedly provided the stable, secure and industry leading technology that has enabled the teams I've worked with to deliver solutions to real world problems. I'm excited to be joining the already impressive technical force at AMX Australia and look forward to assisting others realise the full potential of RMS and the rest of the AMX technology suite" said Kim.