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Meet the Team: Clint Branch, IoT Product Engineering Manager

People are important. We want you to meet ours. On this week's Meet the Team, we want to highlight our IoT Product Engineering Manager, Clint Branch!
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Introduce yourself. What is your role at Quext?

Product Engineering Mgr. for Quext IoT.

What is your background?

Product Development, Manufacturing Management, Engineering. My career has pretty much been centered around developing ideas into sellable products. To date, I have 32 patents and I have led the development of 62 products that went to market. To me, there is no greater satisfaction than to see an idea go from a thought to a product that you can touch.

What is your favorite thing about working for Quext?

This is not my first rodeo and I know a good thing when I see it. I have previously been a part of a very small company that had a great business concept and the will to succeed. That combination makes for a wonderful experience. So what is my favorite thing about Quext? A great business concept and the will to succeed. Working with great people and having great management just makes it even better.

What was the last thing you binged on Netflix?

I’m not a “binger”, but the last thing I watched on Netflix was the movie “No Country for Old Men”. I think it was probably the 30th time I have seen it.

At Quext we have one focus: designing intuitive, easy to install, and powerful solutions that help build safer, happier apartment communities. In other words, we only build the kind of innovative technology that we would want to use in our own properties. Whether it’s property-wide wifi solutions, digital AI chatbots, integrative apartment websites, or cutting-edge IoT, Quext delivers innovative property management solutions that benefit everyone from investors to residents. If you’re interested in learning more about how Quext technologies can enhance your apartment community, contact us today.

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