Welcome Brian and Jon to Endigit!

Endigit is happy to announce the hiring of two new employees, Brian Denkers and Jon Terry.

Brian Denkers is a Certified LabVIEW Architect and Certified TestStand Architect.  He is joining as a Systems Engineer most recently employed at L-3 Technologies in Salt Lake City.

Jon Terry joins as a Systems Engineer Intern.  He is finishing up a masters degree in mechanical engineering at Brigham Young University.  

Also, Jake Hansen has transitioned from intern to former intern as Associate Systems Engineer.

Endigit is still growing so let us know if you are interested in joining us!

Picture of the team with Jon and Brian.

Sorry no cheesy banner in this picture.


Bryan Heslop

Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Vice President of Human Resources, Staff Systems Engineer

Bryan first discovered he was a megageek in a college physics class when he got way too excited about tesla coils (most people figured it out much sooner). Bryan worked as a machinist programming and operating CNC lathes while attending Brigham Young University. He earned a degree in Computer Engineering with a Business Management minor in 2008. After graduation Bryan moved to Austin, Texas to work at National Instruments. He worked as an Applications Engineer in the Engineering Leadership Program for 2 years then spent 1 year in Albuquerque, New Mexico as a Field Sales Engineer. He then moved back home to Utah and worked as District Sales Manager for National Instruments where he managed NI’s large accounts in Utah like Hill Air Force Base, Boeing, Northrop Grumman, OrbitalATK and L-3.

At Endigit Bryan is responsible for sales and marketing. As a Certified LabVIEW Architect, he also works as a Systems Engineer doing LabVIEW development.

Bryan enjoys everything about water (boating, swimming, rock skipping, drinking, etc.), riding ATVs, comedy writing, exploring the mountains around his home and dreams of going to space.  He also serves as a volunteer firefighter and emergency medical responder in his community.

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