Eseye focuses on North American growth, appoints Zayas as director of channels and alliances

Edwin Zayas of Eseye

Global IoT connectivity provider, Eseye, has appointed Edwin Zayas to its management team, as channels and alliances director.

The appointment of Zayas as alliances director sees him take overall responsibility for Eseye’s growing list of global strategic partners, including Eseye’s AnyNet federation of mobile network operators (MNOs), global system integrators and technology partners.

As a key focus, Zayas will continue to expand Eseye’s coalition of MNOs to provide best-in-class, reliable connectivity to enterprises supporting global IoT deployments.

Zayas’ extensive industry experience includes leadership roles at Verizon, where he led enterprise sales, product management and business alliances across the United States and Latin America. Before joining Eseye, he served as senior strategic business development manager (Americas) at BlackBerry.

“I’ve already observed Eseye’s huge potential to grow the business across North America; I’m delighted to join the company at such an exciting period in its growth,” says Zayas. “I look forward to working with the rest of the team and our existing and new MNOs (mobile network operators), technology partners and system integrators to help solidify Eseye’s near ubiquitous, worldwide connectivity for enterprises.”

Nick Earle

“I join the entire Eseye team in extending a warm welcome to Edwin; he is a key addition to the business as we look towards our next period of growth,” comments Nick Earle, CEO at Eseye. “His proven track record in executing successful go-to-market initiatives across the Americas will be instrumental in expanding our market share. Our existing and new customers will be in more than capable hands with Edwin as we place increasing emphasis on strengthening our channel partnerships.”

The appointment of Zayas follows an impressive start to 2021 for Eseye. It has announced strategic partnerships with Armis, Device Insight and Plintron, while its partnership with TELUSsaw its sister organisation, TELUS Ventures, invest £15 million (€17.40 million) in Eseye.

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