Berkeley, CA (PRWEB) May 14, 2012
Sensys Networks announced today that David Plumer has joined the company as WW VP Sales and Marketing, reporting to Sensys Networks CEO and Co-Founder, Amine Haoui.
Mr. Plumer comes to Sensys Networks from LED technology leader, Bridgelux, where he was most recently the Chief Commercial Officer. David has over 30 years of senior management and business leadership spanning the IT, Power and Clean Technology sectors. He has held senior executive roles at American Power Conversion (APC) and was President of APC Asia Pacific region as well as Sr. VP of the global IT Business Unit. He was a member of the APC Executive team whose success resulted in the company’s $6B cash acquisition by Schneider Electric. Prior to joining APC, Dave was with IBM where he held a number of executive management positions in sales, marketing, product management and technology operations and invested half his career based in Asia, leading rapid growth in those emerging markets.
Mr. Plumer holds a B.A. degree in Economics from Union College and holds his M.B.A. from the Amos Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.
“I am very excited to have someone of Dave’s caliber and decades of experience join our company to help us continue to accelerate our fast growth,” Amine Haoui, CEO of Sensys Networks.
“I’m looking forward to working with the great team of people Sensys Networks has assembled to continue to help our customers solve their transportation related problems and provide them with our world class customer service”, David Plumer, WW VP Sales and Marketing of Sensys Networks.
About Sensys Networks
Sensys Networks is the world’s leading provider of wireless traffic detection and integrated traffic data systems. Our universal platform delivers the most dependable, flexible, and cost-effective solution on the market today, and our patented, wireless magnetic sensors install in a fraction of the time, with far less disruption of traffic than traditional inductive loop detection technology. Deployed in more than 45 U.S. states and 10 countries, the Sensys Networks wireless vehicle detection system is the technology standard for the world’s largest traffic data systems.