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AIC Employee Profiles


 

Bill Abram

Chairman and CEO and is the company founder.

Mr. Abram, with 25 years in the telecommunications industry, has substantial management experience. He was executive Vice President of TELECO, a large network of interconnect companies. He was a member, for a two year term, of the Toshiba National Advisory Board. Under his leadership AIC has grown from a startup to its present size. He is a graduate of Concordia College, where he also completed a three year graduate program. In 2003 he authored a book titled “ACCEPT THE CHALLENGE” published by Longstreet press which offers 101 strategies for personal success.

  • Phone: (770) 447-8666
  • Fax: (770) 449-5394
  • Email: babram@aicconverge.com


Jerrold Inglima

President and C.O.O.

Mr. Inglima began his career in telecom as a sales consultant for American Phone Centers, a subsidiary of Comdial, a telecom manufacturer. Currently, he manages all direct sales and marketing for the company. His extensive industry knowledge and 22 years of industry experience equips him for his important roll in the management of the satellite offices. He is currently serving on the Toshiba National Advisory Board for a two year term. He is a graduate of the University of South Carolina’s Business School.

  • Phone: (770) 447-8666
  • Fax: (770) 449-5394
  • Email: jinglima@aicconverge.com


Clay Nelson

Director of Operations

Clay Nelson started in telecommunications as a franchise cellular owner. He joined the wired side with Carolina Telcom and sold, serviced and managed key-system to critical performance, state-wide networked systems. In 1997, Bill Abram at AIC purchased Carolina Telcom. Clay manages one of South Carolina’s longest standing telephone inter-connect companies.

  • Phone: (803) 798-0089
  • Fax: (803) 798-1080
  • Email: cnelson@aicconverge.com


Life at AIC

In today's world, the convergence of telecommunications, data networks, video and telephone conferencing, high definition surveillance, presence and collaboration is fast becoming the keystone in a company's infrastructure.  As a result, a full-service data and communications company, American International Communications is a leading provider of customized total communications solutions.

With headquaters in metro Atlanta and offices in South Carolina, Florida and Texas, AIC primarily markets its services in the Southeast, while also serving a number of other businesses with offices throughout the United States.  The company has more than 11,000 customers from locally owned companies and professional firms to Fortune 500 corporations.

Customers include manufacturers, distributors, auto dealers, banks, architets, hospitals and medical industry, resorts, hospitality, retail, builders and legal.