Intega IT appoints Brenda Robinson as COO

18th October 2013 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

New Delhi, India, October 18, 2013: Intega IT, an IT managed services provider, announced the addition of Brenda Robinson as the company’s Chief Operations Officer (COO). Robinson comes with good experience in developing business, having more than 12 years’ experience growing Eedo Knowledgeware, an international enterprise software company, from a start-up through two successful mergers and acquisitions.

As a seasoned entrepreneur, Brenda has a thorough understanding of what it takes to reach the next level of growth for Intega IT. Brenda will seek opportunities to expand the organization while also investing more heavily in all aspects of the business to support long-term growth.

Brenda Robinson said, “Intega IT is an excellent organization with a strong reputation in the Ottawa IT market and we want to leverage that position to drive our growth. The only way to do that is to continually increase our value to our customers and by constantly improving our business.”

Chief Executive Officer of Intega IT John Robinson said, “Brenda has significant experience driving growth in highly competitive industries and her contributions to Intega IT will be instrumental in supporting our goals.”


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