Intrinsic appoints new CEO as market heads for the cloud


Intrinsic appoints new CEO as market heads for the cloud

Microscope contributor

Insider Jarvis has been appointed CEO at networking reseller Intrinsic Technology as its market shifts to the cloud offering new opportunities for growth, writes Linda Endersby.

Intrinsic has built solid expertise in networking and unified communications (UC), helping organisations to operate and communicate more dynamically. The company has now enhanced these specialisms into the opportunities created by the cloud and continues seeking new partnerships to enhance the its offering. A recent strategic agreement with cloud networking firm Meraki has already bolstered Intrinsic's cloud expertise.

Jarvis has been a member of the senior management team since being recruited as sales and marketing director in 2005, when he spearheaded Intrinsic's entry to the voice and UC market. He has since taken the company into additional new markets and achieved impressive revenue growth.

"It's a privilege to be able to lead Intrinsic into its next phase; we're at a point of great opportunity," commented Jarvis. "As the enterprise environment moves into the cloud we're in a position to take control of IT provision for our clients, enabling them to get on with their day-to-day operations. Everything we do is focused on helping our clients take advantage of the efficiencies and opportunities created by technology. I'm very excited about what the future holds for the company."

Gordon Matthew, chairman at Intrinsic Technology commented: "Intrinsic has enjoyed great success since its inception, and much of the achievements of recent years are down to Adam's expertise, enthusiasm and strategy. He understands the company and has a clear vision for its future, shared by the rest of the team."

Jarvis previously held senior positions at companies including Nortel and Bay Networks, and has worked across the IT industry at distribution, manufacturing and VAR level.

Join the conversation Comment



    Contribute to the conversation

    All fields are required. Comments will appear at the bottom of the article.