Atmosphere IoT Adds Neal Tovsen as Vice President of Engineering

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Atmosphere IoT announced that Neal Tovsen has joined the company as Vice President of Engineering.

“As the pace of our development has picked up, Neal’s experience leading tightly organized sprints and software releases will help us continue to deliver on our ambitious product roadmap,” said Atmosphere IoT CEO Jeff Liebl.

Atmosphere IoT Corp., an innovative provider of low-code development platform for IoT solution builders, announced that Neal Tovsen has joined as Vice President of Engineering at Atmosphere IoT. In his new role, Tovsen is responsible for leading Atmosphere’s agile software development process.

“As the pace of our development has picked up, Neal’s experience leading tightly organized sprints and software releases will help us continue to deliver on our ambitious product roadmap,” said Atmosphere IoT CEO Jeff Liebl.

Tovsen is a technologist and entrepreneur with over twenty years building and scaling Software-as-a-Service products, including substantial experience with cloud, IoT and industrial machine data.

Prior to joining Atmosphere IoT, Tovsen spent the past decade working with numerous early- and growth-stage companies to help assemble technology teams and build products, including founding two of his own companies.

Tovsen is active in the local tech and start-up community. He also mentors kids and aspiring software engineers.

Neal graduated from Hamline University with a BA in Technology and Communications.

About Atmosphere IoT
Atmosphere offers IoT solution builders the fastest and simplest way to build, connect, and manage complete sensor-to-cloud solutions. First released in January 2015, its innovative low-code software development platform has been used by thousands of IoT developers to create smart, wireless-enabled products and solutions. Atmosphere IoT Corp. was founded in late 2017 from Anaren, Inc.’s Internet of Things Group. For more information, visit http://www.atmosphereiot.com.

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