Eric Gill Promoted to Int’l Sales VP at Savi; Bill Clark Comments

Savi technology logoEric Gill, a 10-year Savi Technology veteran and formerly manager of the company’s EMEA business, has been promoted to vice president of international sales and will work to support the company’s international market expansion aims.

Gill be responsible for helping develop a customer base and partner ecosystem in the Asia-Pacific, Africa, Europe and the Middle East, the company announced Monday.

“With the worldwide growth of connected devices exceeding 40 billion in the next several years, businesses across all markets and geographies will need to transform that specialized data into actionable insight,” said Bill Clark, Savi Technology president and CEO.

Gill started at Savi in 2003 as the director of international programs and has since led the company’s alliance with SGS, as well as the implementation of Savi Tracking for custom authorities in several African countries.

 

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