Eseye appoints top tech talent in sustained drive for global growth

Nick Earle of Eseye

Eseye, the global IoT cellular specialist, has announced several key appointments as part of its global growth strategy to capitalise on the rapidly evolving IoT market. Following the appointment of CEO, Nick Earle in 2018, Eseye has welcomed Piers Morgan, Trevor Duguay, Anand Gandhi and Kirsty Kay to its executive team.

As Eseye’s new senior vice president of worldwide sales, Piers Morgan brings over 20 years’ senior level experience within the IT industry, working for leading technology companies including Pulse Secure, Dell, Samsung and NetStore Plc. Piers will be responsible for leading Eseye’s dedicated sales teams offering technical, consultative and ongoing customer support, covering cellular IoT, cloud, secure device control, connectivity and management.

Trevor Duguay has been appointed as Eseye’s vice president & general manager for North America. He will lead Eseye’s go-to-market operations in North America for the company’s industry leading portfolio of IoT device design consultancy, global cellular connectivity, security and Amazon AWS cloud integration services.

Trevor previously led global sales at ZineOne, an AI powered personalisation platform vendor based in Silicon Valley, backed by Omidyar Network. He also headed worldwide sales for Cassia Networks, a Bluetooth IoT networking vendor in Silicon Valley and Beijing.

With over 20 years’ technology experience within large global, medium and start up organisations, Anand Gandhi, Eseye’s new vice president of Worldwide Channels & Alliances, brings a wealth of knowledge to the team, including from senior positions held with Cisco, Vizolution and Diebold Nixdorf.

Eseye’s newly appointed HR director, Kirsty Kay joins the company with a wide breadth of experience working for top tier global corporates and a number of SMEs. Kirsty’s extensive and proven expertise in both staff and consultancy roles, enables her to bring transferable skills across a full range of HR processes and disciplines – including employee relations, recruitment and retention, reward, performance management and organisational change.

Nick Earle, chairman and CEO at Eseye, said, “Eseye has gone from strength to strength and these strategic new appointments are pivotal in enabling the company to continue to be a true pioneer in the industry; reducing the technical complexities that typically inhibit the growth of global cellular IoT deployments delivering data onto hyperscale cloud, and with a unique integration with AWS.”

“The Eseye AnyNet SIM is the world’s first true multi-IMSI eSIM card, offering single SKU device manufacture, with intelligent switching that delivers up to 99.7% connectivity up-time, with coverage on over 400 mobile network operators. Eseye’s mission is to provide customers with the simplest, most connected way to deploy and scale global IoT today.”

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