Warren Abraham Joins IMS as VP, Business Development

Posted on: April 12th, 2018

GARNET VALLEY, PA — April 12, 2018 – IMS Technology Services, an award-winning provider of event staging and systems integration solutions, is pleased to announce that industry-veteran Warren Abraham has joined IMS as vice president of business development for the event staging division. Abraham has nearly 4 decades of experience in the hospitality and meetings industry, and most recently served as the vice president of account management with PSAV’s Premier Global Events (PGE) Division.

“Warren is a long-time, well-respected member of the meetings and events industry, and we are incredibly fortunate to now have him as part of the IMS team,” said IMS event staging COO Paul Wedesky, CMP, CASE. “Warren brings a very unique skillset to IMS that will play an integral part in helping us achieve our growth and expansion plans.”

Abraham is a member of Professional Convention Management Association (PCMA). Prior to joining PSAV, he worked in various hotels in Philadelphia and Las Vegas in front office and food and beverage positions during his college years. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Hotel Administration from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

“I am looking forward to using my years of event technology and audio visual experience to bring new IMS products and services to the marketplace and expand our client base,” said Abraham. “IMS has built a reputation of quality and commitment to excellence in the events industry, and I am confident in the role I will play in the exciting growth plan IMS has in place.”

With offices in Garnet Valley, PA and Orlando, FL, IMS is an award-winning provider of high quality solutions that are designed to foster collaboration, productivity, learning and business communication with a team of certified technology professionals. A partner for organizations such as American Express, Comcast, Deloitte and KPMG, IMS specializes in audio visual system design, managed services, event staging, video productions, content creation, and projection mapping.