Audiologic has announced the recruitment of new application support engineer Phil Hackett, as well as the internal promotions of two key members of staff. Hackett has joined Audiologic following a long and successful career at the Mechdyne Corporation. He is a vastly experienced technology solutions engineer, specialising in complex AV systems in the commercial and education sectors.
Within the Audiologic ranks, new managing director Andy Lewis has been working to address the company’s internal structures and added the overall responsibility for customer services to head of operations and customer success, Anne Broadley. Broadley has been an ever-present during the lifespan of Audiologic, developing a detailed understanding of every facet of the business.
On the technical side, Ben Spurgeon takes on the role of senior application engineer. Spurgeon joined Audiologic a little over 18 months ago as a technology specialist.
Lewis added that Audiologic is entering a new phase of its development and growing its team and deploying existing staff to assume even greater responsibility is key to supporting its ambitions. He said: “We’re delighted to be bringing Phil on board as part of our technical support staff. His knowledge and experience of the sector is comprehensive and he has honed his skills working on some very high profile projects during an outstanding career. Audiologic is in Anne’s DNA and it is the overview of our business that she’s cultivated over many years that glues each element of the company together. Ben is a rising star of the industry who matches every one of his many qualifications with an intelligent and innovative approach to helping our customers and fully deserves this recognition of his talent. As Audiologic continues to experience significant growth, leadership and responsibility remain the keys to our success. These appointments reinforce our determination to maintain our upward trajectory.”