Brain Products bidding farewell to David Kadlec (Technical Support)

by Cornelia Plank
Technical Writer (Brain Products)

Early this year, Brain Products bid a bittersweet farewell to one of its long-time, valued employees, who joined Brain Products’ US-based distributor Brain Vision LLC in order to take on new challenges in customer support.

David Kadlec, who began working for Brain Products while the company was still in its early days, started out as student assistant in Production. Over the years he continued to rotate through different departments within the company, gaining comprehensive hands-on expertise and a vast knowledge of the Brain Products service and product range.

In 2012, David became a steady member of the Technical Support team, dedicatedly assisting clients around the globe by providing immediate solutions to application difficulties and technical challenges. Additionally, David became increasingly involved with MES Forschungssysteme GmbH, Brain Products’ exclusive distributor serving Germany and Switzerland.

Always on the look-out for fresh endeavors and striving to grow both professionally and personally, David recently took up an exciting offer by Brain Vision LLC, US-based distributor for Brain Products hard- and software and trusted partner for more than 500 psychophysiology labs in North America. Within the next years, David will actively support and strengthen the team at Brain Vision LLC, engaging in customer service and assisting with technology-related issues.

David, what are you looking forward to at Brain Vision LLC?

“I’m looking forward to a completely new experience in a different ‘environment’ as well as meeting my new but already well-known colleagues. Also, being faced with new daily life routines and business processes makes the entire experience so exciting and challenging.”

What will be your most challenging task to tackle?

“Besides the fact of settling into the new team and routines and being able to work efficiently as soon as possible, the biggest challenge to master will be to make sure that my family will feel comfortable in the new home and get used to the “new” life quickly. I suppose this will be the most demanding and challenging task. Another big thing is to introduce the metric system here in the US, because chances are I will never get used to miles, pounds and inches.”

We at Brain Products wish you all the best in your future pursuits, David – you will be missed dearly in Gilching (Germany)!