Ayla Networks appoints new vice president of worldwide sales
Sep 26, 2013 (MarketLine via COMTEX) --
Ayla Networks has appointed Michel Maeso as vice president of worldwide sales to support and drive the company's customer base and new business opportunities.
Maeso will be responsible for all aspects of Ayla Networks' global sales, field operations, revenue generation, customer engagement and go to market strategy. As a part of his role, Maeso will also be driving the company's channel strategy globally.
Maeso joins the Ayla team with over 20 years of experience in sales at cutting-edge technology companies, and has witnessed the early rise and development of cloud, mobile, wireless and enterprise software technologies. In the past ten years, Maeso has generated significant shareholder value for companies such as July Systems, Cotendo (acquired by Akamai: AKAM), VitalStream (acquired by Internap: INAP), to name a few. His proven leadership will be instrumental in introducing the company's solutions to the market and defining the Ayla user experience. Maeso will report directly to Ayla CEO, David Friedman.
"Michel brings proven success selling cloud SaaS solutions into new markets. His extensive experience makes him the perfect candidate for Ayla, with his thorough understanding of our customers' needs and his knowledge in building go-to-market strategies that deliver results," said David Friedman, CEO. "Michel is the ideal person to promote Ayla's IoT platform solution and expand our business geographically and strategically into rapidly growing market sectors."
"It's very exciting to join such an accomplished team of professionals here at Ayla, with an amazing track record of building IoT technologies and solutions, from Amazon's Lab 126, Stanford University, Cisco Cloud, ZeroG Wireless, and now Ayla," said Maeso.
"As a startup, this platform is already outperforming the competition and bringing incredible capabilities to manufacturers around the world. We are addressing and bringing together very compelling growth trends Internet of Things, cloud connectivity, big data, and mobile. I'm looking forward to Ayla ushering in a new era of smart devices, smart homes, smart buildings, and smart cities."
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