Integral Technologies Appoints OEM Sales Rep

April 18, 2007
Jeremy Morton to represent security technologies firm to OEMs

INDIANAPOLIS (April 16, 2007) – Integral Technologies, Inc., a worldwide provider of scalable IT security solutions, has appointed Jeremy Morton to the position of original equipment manufacturer (OEM) sales representative.

Integral's national network of OEMs is critical to the company's long-term strategic plan. Morton will harness his extensive knowledge of access control and security solutions to build strategic relationships that drive revenue, increase market share and continually improve quality throughout Integral's OEM product lines including video surveillance and access control.

"I'm confident Jeremy has the security industry experience necessary to spearhead Integral's OEM programs," commented Mark Nazarenus, Integral's vice president of sales and marketing. "He's tasked with expanding industry relationships that will not only help Integral grow, but also ensure that we're delivering quality products to our dealers and end-users."

Morton holds a bachelor of science in industrial technology as well as a master's degree in biometric technology from Purdue University.

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