IRISS Inc., manufacturer of the only world’s first and only industrial-grade infrared windows, on April 1 announced that Marv Maddox has joined the company as senior technical advisor. In his new position, Maddox will be responsible for IRISS Training and Business Development.

 

"Marv has a wealth of experience in providing and supporting the international distributor channel within the infrared thermography industry. We are so glad to have someone of his caliber join the IRISS team, and look forward to growing our international business channels" said Tim Rohrer, vice president.

 

Maddox brings to his new position 20-plus years of experience in international business development and more than 10 years in the infrared industry. Most recently, he was with Raytek, where he had responsibility for building the market share for both portable and online pyrometers in Asia and Latin America.

 

"Marv knows how to build outstanding relationships with large, complex customers. His success has been based on the delivery of tangible, long term business value to the customer,” stated Martin Robinson, president of IRISS. "Marv’s experience will be a vital asset as we accelerate the growth of our business throughout North America and Asia. Our ability to attract, hire and retain the industry’s best talent is a result of our ongoing investment and commitment to the Infrared Windows Market and I look forward to working with Marv as we continue to grow our business."

 

About IRISS Inc.

Established in 2007, IRISS Inc. is a privately held company whose mission is to enable companies to “save time, save money and save lives.” As manufacturer of the world’s first and only industrial-grade infrared windows, IRISS’s end-user-designed products are the heart of efficient and safe work processes for infrared electrical surveys and thereby provide the means with which companies can reduce and eliminate risk to plant assets and personnel. By facilitating closed-panel inspections, use of IRISS infrared windows eliminate 99.9% of arc flash triggers during IR electrical surveys and help companies to comply with NFPA and OSHA mandates. To learn more about infrared inspection solutions from IRISS, visit www.iriss.com.