Welcome Sajjad to the Team!

Please help us welcome Sajjad Amiri to our Chicago team!

It is always nerve-racking coming into a new company and trying to break the ice. Ensuring that new employees feel comfortable is crucial to building a positive transition within a company. We thought it would be fun to ask Sajjad a few questions to get to know him a little better.

Let’s get started!

Q: What is your official work title?

A: My official work title is System Support Specialist.

Q: Can you tell us more about your professional experience/ history?

A: I really enjoy learning more about computer networks, so I studied telecommunication engineering and continued my education toward master degree on wireless networks. After graduation, I’ve worked as network technician and cooperated with several IT companies to gain experience in many aspects of IT & networking technologies and protocols.

Q: What do you like to do outside of work?

A: I love sports especially climbing. It is challenging and fun. I used to do it professionally and I have a few championships in university sport climbing competitions. I also like to read books and watch movies and socialize with my friends.

Q: What are your greatest travel experience?

A: It was desert adventure trip in greatest desert of Iran. By day, Dashte-Kavir overwhelms with its scale, but by night the star-serried sky will leave you speechless.

Now on to the more personal questions.

Q: Favorite movie?

A: Actually, I can’t think of one specific movie as my favorite one. Blindness , Inception, Into the Wild, Triangle, Cast away, It’s a beautiful life are my favorites.

Q: Guilty pleasure music artist?

A: I don’t have one!

Q: What is something that inspires you?

A: For me, inspiration comes from solving big, meaningful problems with people I admire and love to work with, and seeing how the results of our job affects on others lives and their affairs. When the results are effective I’ll be most inspired.

Q: What would you say your professional goal would be now that you are employed at Percipia?

A: To become an expert in VoIP technologies.

Well there you have it! We are so happy to have Sajjad join the team and contribute to the success of Percipia.

You can send Sajjad some fan mail by tweeting @PercipiaNetwork

Welcome Liam to the Team!

Please help us welcome Liam Doring to our Chicago team!

It is always nerve-racking coming into a new company and trying to break the ice. Ensuring that new employees feel comfortable is crucial to building a positive transition within a company. We thought it would be fun to ask Ian a few questions to get to know him a little better.

Let’s get started!

Q: What is your official work title?

A: I am a System Support Specialist.

Q: Can you tell us more about your professional experience/ history?

A: I spent a lot of time in the technical theater world, which usually involved lots of wood and metal working, as well as some electronics. I then worked repairing Segway vehicles for a rental company and finally decided to focus on linux and coding.

Q: What do you like to do outside of work?

A: I still love to see live theater and occasionally perform. I like rock climbing and I want to see Chichen Itza next.

Q: What would you say your professional goal would be now that you are employed at Percipia?

A: I am very excited to be able to travel and work with such a talented group of people! I plan on learning as much as I can from my colleagues to help secure our customers’ trust.

Now on to the more personal questions.

Q: Favorite movie?

A: My favorite movie, at the moment, is Stalker by Tarkovsky.

Q: Guilty pleasure music artist?

A: Enya, ugh, I know!

Q: What are your greatest travel experience?

A: My favorite place to visit so far has been Florence, Italy. As the hub of the renaissance, it is just filled with mind blowing art and culture. The central area still uses the medieval streets so it’s easy to be a pedestrian.


Q: What is something that inspires you?

A: I am inspired most by the potential of Moore’s law that computers will double in computing power every two years. I feel very privileged to watch humanity adopt and develop the myriad technologies around us. Prometheus, eat your heart out!

Well there you have it! We are so happy to have Liam join the team and contribute to the success of Percipia.


You can send Liam some fan mail by tweeting @PercipiaNetwork

Welcome to the Team!

Please help us welcome Ian Brown to our Chicago team!

It is always nerve-racking coming into a new company and trying to break the ice. Ensuring that new employees feel comfortable is crucial to building a positive transition within a company. We thought it would be fun to ask Ian a few questions to get to know him a little better.

Let’s get started!

Q: What is your official work title?

A: Systems Support Specialist

Q: Can you tell us more about your professional experience/ history?

A: I use to work for AnyMeeting as their Technical Support Specialist.

Q: What do you like to do outside of work?

A: I play music with friends, practice martial arts, cook, read, and study. I also play chess, albeit terribly.

Q: What are your greatest travel experience?

A: A jazz combo I was in was hired to play a few fancy to-dos around the country. One was in L.A., where we stayed in the famous ‘riot house’ hotel on Sunset Blvd, played a party inside the Director’s guild (with free drinks), and had ample opportunity to enjoy the nightlife and beaches. All expenses paid, of course.

Now on to the more personal questions.

Q: Favorite movie?

A: Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo

Q: Guilty pleasure music artist?

A: Eazy-E

Q: What is something that inspires you?

A: The chaotic energy of the city. It’s 2.7 million people, from the lowliest beggars to the highest paid CEOs all living together in the same place. It’s the rhythm of the train, packed to the brim as it throws you around inside the car. It’s walking in a pack of people on the streets, all focused on their path and each with their own destinations and goals. It all reminds me of the fast-paced and jagged rhythms of bebop. The city itself is alive!

Q: What would you say your professional goal would be now that you are employed at Percipia?

A: ? To become an IP-PBX guru, performing feats of computing wizardry scarcely dreamed of by mere mortals.   

Well there you have it! We are so happy to have Ian join the team and contribute to the success of Percipia.

You can send Ian some fan mail by tweeting @PercipiaNetwork