MONTREAL, Aug. 9 /CNW Telbec/ – iBwave, the leading provider of in-building wireless software solutions, announces today that it will be reinforcing its executive management team with the addition of two key executives: “Vice President of Marketing” to be based in Montreal and “Vice President of Sales EMEA/Asia” to be based in Europe.
“We have by far the best in-building wireless design solution on the market, we have an extensive customer base that we take very well care of, we have visibility in the market space and we are establishing ourselves as the industry-standard planning and design software provider,” says Mario Bouchard, President and CEO of iBwave. “Our outlook seems the brighter with the insatiable demand for high-speed wireless data access everywhere. To fulfill the demand, we need to enhance our foot-print and ensure a greater reach to our customers worldwide. The addition of these two new key executives is essential to propelling iBwave to new heights.”
For the past few years, iBwave has invested greatly on its R&D effort, developing best of class products in response to its customers’ demands. For the near future, the company intends to focus on sales, marketing and customer service, thus increasing its presence, awareness and customer satisfaction throughout the in-building value chain worldwide and adapting its offerings to different geographical market needs.
For further information regarding these two executive job openings, please refer to iBwave’s website at http://www.ibwave.com/language/en-US/careers.aspx
ABOUT IBWAVE SOLUTIONS
iBwave is an international in-building wireless software company that delivers unique in-building wireless solutions to a global client base of more than 230 leading telecom operators, system integrators and equipment manufacturers in over 60 countries on five continents. iBwave offers industry-specific planning and design software solutions to answer the needs of the in-building wireless industry. RF engineers can take in-building network design beyond prediction to improve accuracy and standardize designs that are shared across the in-building community.