Welcome Kai and Emanuel

This month we added two new faces at the Intinor headquarters in Umeå. We’re happy to add even more strength to both the development team and the sales/support team.



Kai Malte Kenklies

Job title: Developer
Age: 33

What will you do at Intinor?:
I will work as a member of the developer team. Part of my work will be to create UX designs for Intinor’s software products. This means, I advance the user-friendliness of the products, in addition to their functionality.

What are you most looking forward to do or learn?:
I enjoy learning new things in general. Programming, UX design and the whole domain of video broadcasting technology will be interesting fields where there is always more to learn.

Where did you work before this? Where are you from?:
I am from Düsseldorf in Germany and studied a wild mixture of mathematics, computer science and human-computer interaction. Before I started to work for Intinor I wrote my master thesis at Codemill and then worked for an early-stage start up in Umeå, named unLine.


Emanuel Bergquist

Job title: Technical account manager
Age: 25

What will you do at Intinor:
I will work closely with the sales and support team to assist our customers in the nordic region. I might also work with some statistics since i have a degree in the subject, we will see what the company needs and what is the most effective use of my time.

What are you most looking forward to do or learn?:
I am very exited to get the chance to learn all the ins and outs of the broadcast industry. Since Intinor has some of the most comprehensive products for streaming via the internet, the opportunities to learn are endless.

Where did you work before this? Where are you from?:
I am 25 year old and I’ve never lived anywhere else then in the north of Sweden. This is a lovely place to live since the nature is always close by. Before working at Intinor i got my degree in statistics and economics. During my time at the university I worked on the side with inside sales and also worked with educating fellow students at the University.


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