Rob has developed and implemented strategic business plans for some of the most prestigious communication companies in the U.S. including: ORBCOMM, Cisco, Tech Data, Wyless, CradlePoint, Verizon Wireless and Granite Communications.
Rob previously served as Sr. Director of the Mobility Division of Ingram Micro. In this capacity, he was responsible for carrier relationships, distribution and wireless services in the mobility space. Prior to Ingram Micro, Rob served as president and owner of Mobile DataComm. Mobile DataComm was a national master agent for Verizon Wireless and was subsequently acquired by Ingram Micro, who then brought on Rob and his team to run the Mobility unit of Ingram. His prior experience also includes founding and operating Radiowave Communications, a Motorola authorized sales and service center from 1991-2002. While there, Radiowave was consistently a top performer for Motorola. He later sold his business to Day Wireless Systems.
Tom is highly experienced and knowledgeable in the areas of Sales & Marketing on a global scale, as well as developing business strategies with both corporate and start-up companies such as Motorola Inc., Kyocera Wireless, Netclearance Systems and Dolby Laboratories. Tom’s marketing experience is relevant with consumers, B2B, and B2B2C Marketing, Brand-building, advertising and go-to-market strategic planning, channel marketing and product marketing. His career included overseas assignments in Asia, Latin America and EMEA. As Regional Vice President & General Manager for Motorola/Singapore, he oversaw the Motorola Mobile Device business within Singapore, while managing the retail marketing activities throughout Southeast Asia.
As CTO of an early stage startup at Netclearance Systems, Jack has worked since August of 2012 creating the core technology and business strategy related to proximity-based mobile commerce. His creative nature has driven him to develop, manage, and market a number of industry leading technology-based products for industries including telecommunications, mobile, retail, computer systems, and process control. Prior to joining Netclearance Systems, Jack held a number of business and technical positions with startups and international businesses. He was in multiple senior leadership roles at Alcatel-Lucent, Packet Video, Motorola, and Diebold. His roles included architect, developer, Vice President of Engineering and Senior Director of Product Management.
As Vice President of Engineering at Packet Video, Jack oversaw the development of a multi-national development organization that grew from 12 engineers to 100 in less than 1 year. While at Alcatel-Lucent, Jack established and managed product development sites in the US, Eastern Europe and China. His business responsibilities included creating product roadmaps, managing the business unit P&L, setting pricing strategy and creating go-to market plans for new products.
Jack holds technical (West Virginia University) and business degrees, including an International MBA from Lancaster University in the UK and recently received Engineering and Account Management Certifications from Cisco.