Co-founders Heinrichs, Meer leave Intrado

LONGMONT – Intrado Inc.  co-founders George Heinrichs and Stephen Meer are leaving the company to pursue new ventures.

Neither Heinrichs nor Meers were immediately available to discuss their plans, which were made public in a company press release.

Mary Hester has been named president of the Longmont-based company, which provides 911 and other emergency communications infrastructure to government public safety agencies in the United States and around the globe.

Intrado has 1,100 employees at its headquarters in Longmont and at locations in Illinois, Texas, and Quebec, Canada. The company is a subsidiary of West Corp. (Nasdaq: WSTC) in Omaha, Nebraska. Intrado supports 260 million 911 calls annually, according to information on the company website.

Hester has been the company’s executive vice president since 2008. She joined Intrado in 1996. Heinrichs has served as president since co-founding the company in 1979. Meer has served as chief technical officer.

Intrado is part of West Corp.’s business segment of three related communication companies it owns in the United States. The business segment posted revenue of $1.5 billion in 2013, a 3.2 percent increase over 2012. No Intrado-specific information was immediately available in West Corp.’s publicly filed financial information. West Corp. bills itself as a technology service provider company


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