Tech executive Scott Allen joins FreeWave Technologies as chief marketing officer
FreeWave Technologies, has announced it has hired Scott Allen as chief marketing office (CMO). Allen brings more than 30 years’ experience in product lifecycle management, product marketing, business development, brand development and technology deployment. Allen’s unique blend of start-up aggressiveness and established company executive leadership makes him an ideal fit as FreeWave continues to “connect the unconnected” through wireless M2M communications across critical Industrial Internet of Things industries.
“Scott’s experience, knowledge and creativity provide a boost to our senior management team as we continue to implement our mission as a top industrial M2M/IoT provider,” said Kim Niederman, CEO, of FreeWave Technologies. “His proven track record in developing the right products at the right time, and then quickly bringing them to market, are great assets that will provide value to our customers in addressing their ever-evolving needs in the M2M/IoT space.”
Prior to joining FreeWave, Allen served as an executive consultant with SolarWinds, where he led the creation of customer marketing strategies and success measurements. Allen also worked with V3 Systems (now Sphere3D) as CMO. He served as the vice president of marketing and BU director at Fluke Networks (a Danaher Company), and VP of Product Management at Network Associates (McAfee, an Intel security company) earlier in his career. Along with his executive leadership experience, he also has led marketing development efforts at several start-ups, including Mazu Networks (Riverbed) and NEXVU Business Solutions. Allen earned his BA in Computer Information Systems from Weber University.
“FreeWave is a trusted provider of wireless M2M communications across the most critical industries – both domestically and internationally. I am excited to join a world-class organisation full of dynamic and driven individuals sharing a common goal – to support our customers in the best ways possible,” Allen said. “I look forward to helping FreeWave continue developing and introducing innovative technologies that make it the preferred choice among both new and existing customers.”