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16/12/2004

IBIS increases staffing levels to service growing client base

In response to a growing customer base, IBIS has appointed Neil Flarry as Project Manager.
Flarry brings a wealth of experience from his background in both IT and broadcasting, having been involved in software development, air-time sales and channel management as well as operational, support, testing and training roles across the project spectrum.
Andrew Winter, IBIS Director of Marketing, said: “We are delighted to welcome Neil to the expanding IBIS team. We are going through a period of sustained growth and Neil’s skills and experience will help us continue to develop our business in the key areas of news, automation and broadcast business management systems.”
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