President and Co-Founder
As President of Infinite Peripherals, Inc., Andrew Graham is responsible for product development and distribution, sales, marketing, operations, day-to-day management and customer service. Since founding the company in 1993 as a source of receipt printers for the point-of-sale (POS) market, Graham has helped drive revenue of this privately held company every year.
After working as a salesperson of business forms at Moore, Lake Forest, Ill., Graham seized upon an opportunity to fuel his entrepreneurial spirit and enter an expanding market as a distributor of receipt printers. He built relationships with Citizen, Fujtisu and Custom, and sold a variety of printers, including dot matrix/impact, inkjet, thermal and thermal portable, along with printer mechanisms, modules and components.
While handheld and wireless technology grew, Graham and his colleagues began scaling down existing peripheral devices, such as receipt printers and barcode scanners, to fit a mobile profile. With this evolution, he and his team created the industry-leading Linea Pro and Infinea Tab, which add magnetic stripe readers and barcode scanners to Apple®’s iPod® touch, iPhone® and iPad® devices.
After living throughout the United States and overseas for his first 18 years as the son of a U.S. Army officer, Graham earned his B.S. in Business Administration from California University at Long Beach.
Chief Executive Officer
As the Chief Executive Officer at Infinite Peripherals, Inc. (IPC), Jeff Scott has directed sales, driven new business, developed a thriving mobile sales division and overseen the expansion of all business units. Under his leadership, the privately held company’s revenue has grown every year, and staff has increased by more than fivefold.
In 2002, Scott opened a technical and sales center in Irvine, Calif., where, as handheld and wireless technology was quickly growing, he and his team anticipated future needs by customizing existing peripheral devices for a mobile profile. With a vision of the future, Scott and the IPC team pioneered a new product category with the industry- leading Linea Pro and Infinea Tab, which enterprise functionality to Apple®’s iPod® touch, iPhone® and iPad® devices.
Due to the ongoing demand for IPC products, Scott oversaw the move to a 14,000- square-foot facility in 2012. Guiding this rapidly changing business with an emphasis on customers’ needs, Scott knows “you must be a speedboat to keep up,” and emphasizes customization because “one size does not fit all.”
Scott began his career as Distribution Manger in the business machines division at Citizen Watch in Santa Monica, Calif. A native of South Gate, Calif., he earned his B.S. in Business Administration with an emphasis on entrepreneurial expertise from University of Southern California in Los Angeles.