It seems fitting that the Amiga should end the century under the
ownership of a company that really cares about it and the
surrounding community. It promises to be a very exciting time for
Director of Hardware at Amiga. Responsible for dozens of Amiga
products over the last 15 years. Read
Chairman and CEO of Tao Group.
Founder and Director of Technology at Tao Group.
Randall 'Randy' Hughes
Mysterious third man in the Amiga purchase. Former sales account
manager and regional sales manager at QNX, responsible for managing
several key accounts, including Gateway and Amiga. Co-founding
partner of Amiga and the Vice President of Sales and Strategic
During his time at Amiga his job title described him as Head of
Marketing and Software Evangelist. He has become one of the last
people at Amiga who cared about the existing community. He lost his
job at Amiga Inc. in 1999 when it became clear the company had
evolved beyond its original purpose. Afterwards he was approached
by Fleecy Moss to set up Amino Development Corporation and is now
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Joined Amiga Inc. during 1997 as Developer Relations and Strategic
Projects Manager. After he lost his job at Amiga Inc. during 1998
he pioneered the Amiga cause developing KOSH and AQUA. He now lives
on a farm raising baby Amigas.
Commercial director at Tao Group.
Gary is a long-time Amiga user who took over the development of
Team Amiga to create a world wide Amiga community (before the
Internet really took off). He is currently Director of Developer
Vincent P. Pfeifer
Vince joined Amiga Inc. in March 2000 as VP of Operations. He has
over 14 years of experience working in the industry. He is also
editor of the official Amiga World online magazine.
Director of Information Technology
Director of Finance and Human Resources.
Petro Taras Tyschtschenko
Born in 1943. Petro was first regarded with some suspicion when he
first took over at Amiga Technologies. Since then he has managed to
keep the platform alive, even during the Escom liquidation. He is
more of a salesman than technology oriented but supports the Amiga
without the personal politics that have plagued other Amiga
employees. In October 2000 he announced his retirement.