Progressive technology specialist, Deer Technology, has announced two new appointments as the business continues to grow. Established in 2014, the company uses UK-based companies to manufacture and assemble its LimpetReader™, a device that can be retrofitted to any traditional analogue meter and, using micro-cameras in sealed housings to capture time-stamped images of the meter display, before sending them via secure data connection to an online portal, it replaces costly and often unreliable manual meter reads with remote, non-invasive and accurate readings for water, electricity and gas consumption. The Port Talbot based company is now joined by Graeme Johnston and Paul Williams.
Graeme Johnston has been appointed Business Development Manager and comes with a seven-year heritage in the energy monitoring market; most recently with ASL Holdings where he worked on large-scale residential solar PV projects. He is looking forward to the challenging role with Deer Technology and comments, “I am looking to grow our UK client base across both public and private sectors, while developing relationships with global channel partners. We are looking to work with strategic partners to develop additional revenue streams through product development and partnerships and open up additional market sectors such as electric sub-metering and gas.”
Paul Williams, Production Manager – Deer Technology
Paul Williams is the new Production Manager; he has 28 years’ expertise within the electronic production industry and is fully conversant with cutting edge electronic manufacturing techniques. His impressive background includes directing manufacturing operations, providing strategic vision and leadership to enhance productivity, increasing plant efficiency, reducing operating costs and increasing customer satisfaction. He describes his role, in part, as “a relentless drive to forge and implement operational improvements underpinned with innovative and solution-focused thinking while managing and inspiring a diverse and highly skilled workforce.”