Pasiewicz joins American Roamer

Spatial network intelligence source American Roamer has appointed Matt Pasiewicz to the position of director of software development.

Pasiewicz will drive emerging technologies, including the company’s latest API that provides organisations with access to spatial network intelligence on coverage patterns, demographics and other information.

Pasiewicz brings 15 years of experience with web technologies and is said to be well positioned to lead American Roamer’s software engineers and its emerging technology portfolio.

Prior to joining American Roamer, he led a range of software development and systems integration initiatives at Educause and Ingram Book Group. He holds a BS from Middle Tennessee State University and has a passion for continuously learning.

By leveraging the API, telecoms network operators, M2M service providers, systems integrators and other providers can use American Roamer’s datasets and on-demand analytical capabilities to develop insights into competitive analysis, market penetration, telecoms network coverage and market demographics affecting their businesses.

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