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WEST CHESTER, PA, NOVEMBER 4, 2009 — Aviom, exclusive developer of the world’s most powerful audio transport protocol, A-Net®, proudly announces the promotion of Kim Treanor to Director of Customer Service & Sales Support.aviom-kim-treanor.jpg

Treanor has a long history with the company, most recently working as the Marketing & Corporate Communications Specialist and previously serving as Executive Assistant to President and CEO Carl Bader. In her new position, Treanor is responsible for overseeing the company’s customer, technical, and sales support functions and staff.

“Aviom has always had a reputation for providing excellent customer service and support, but we know there are still lots of ways we can work more efficiently and, at the same time, improve our customer experience. Kim will be instrumental in leading our efforts to define this industry’s standard for outstanding support,” says Bader, Aviom’s president and CEO. “Kim has extensive knowledge of the company and its products and has a long track record of identifying concrete ways to move Aviom forward, no matter what her particular job has been.”

Before joining Aviom in 2006, Treanor taught high school and college English. She holds a Master’s degree in English and Publishing.

Aviom pioneered personal mixing with its Pro16® Monitor Mixing System and continues to break new ground with the revolutionary Pro64® Series of audio networking products. With tens of thousands of products in the field today, Aviom has set the standard for high performance, scalable digital solutions. All Aviom systems harness the power of A-Net®, Aviom's innovative digital audio technology that simplifies system design while enhancing flexibility and fidelity. All Aviom products are designed, tested, and manufactured in the USA.

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