TEKVOX Elects Two Industry Veterans to its Board of Directors Signaling Entry to Growth Phase

Robert Hollingsworth and Jim Reinhart bring TEKVOX extensive experience in scaling high-tech solutions to big markets and maintaining high customer engagement

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TEKVOX is doing very important work in making audio/visual systems affordable, supportable and energy-efficient.

Austin, Texas (PRWEB) June 16, 2014

TEKVOX, Inc, an innovative supplier of IT-managed audio/visual solutions for business and education applications has strengthened its corporate leadership with the addition of Robert Hollingsworth and Jim Reinhart to its Board of Directors.

“We are excited to bring Jim and Robert onto our Board,” said Mike Slattery, founder of TEKVOX. “These men bring TEKVOX the operational and execution leadership that will help us proliferate the recently launched TekEnterprise, our scalable enterprise management system to complete our TekPatrol™ offering, to our vast corporate and education IT market.”

Mr. Hollingsworth led a distinguished 40-year career in high technology ventures with significant tenures with computing, control and networking solutions and is now an active angel investor. His passions include working with customers to solve their unique challenges and executive mentorship.

Mr. Reinhart is a visionary technology leader with passion for building powerful teams and making complex technology easy to use. In addition to a long tenure with in major communications companies where he drove pioneering computing and networking and A/V businesses, Jim was CEO and co-founder of Luminary Micro, the first company to bring ARM Cortex-M3™ technology to the market.

“TEKVOX is doing very important work in making audio/visual systems affordable, supportable and energy-efficient,” said Reinhart. Making automated network management of A/V systems the norm rather than the exception fulfills the dream of the ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) mission with a tangible economic benefit. Every school and business that uses audio/visual systems needs to know about TEKVOX and I am thrilled to join the mission of making that happen”.

“What impresses me most about TEKVOX,” said Hollingsworth “is that they have solved the problem of managing A/V systems in a way that is valuable both to customers and to incumbent suppliers in the market,” said Hollingsworth. "TEKVOX is relevant and beneficial both to customers who have existing A/V installations and want to add automation and energy management as well as to customers who are installing A/V capabilities for the first time,” he added.

TEKVOX (http://www.tekvox.com) is a private Texas company creating innovative IT management, control and collaboration solutions for education, corporate and retail facilities where audio-visual (A/V) technologies are widely deployed. TEKVOX solutions offer IT automation, autonomous energy management and substantial savings in installation and operating cost. TEKVOX will be displaying its solutions at Infocomm 2014 (booth C7750).


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