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Biamp Systems Makes Additions To Applications Engineering Team

New technical support specialists Andrew Verburg and Matt Dichirico providing assistance with systems, software, and tech tools

Biamp Systems has expanded its customer support capabilities with Andrew Verburg and Matt Dichirico joining the company as technical support specialists.

Both new members are based the company’s Beaverton, OR headquarters and report directly to Scott Wieser, applications engineering manager for North America at Biamp Systems.They will provide assistance with systems, software, and technical tools.

“The adoption of AVB/TSN and the advancement of IoT, plus the demand for more mobile solutions, have provided Biamp with the opportunity to advance how we support and educate our business partners and end users,” says Wieser. “We’re excited to welcome Andrew and Matt to our team as we continue developing industry-leading solutions.”

Prior to joining Biamp, Verburg held positions where he provided user support, conducted rollouts, and defined vendor requirements within Windows operating systems. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Management Information Systems from Oregon State University.

Dichirico comes to Biamp from the higher education industry where he was a media services specialist. His role included providing AV support for faculty and staff, video conferencing technical support, and producing training videos. He holds a Bachelor of Arts, History, Communication Studies from the University of Oregon.

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