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TMCNet:  Multi-Tech Systems Promotes Jeff Davis to Senior Vice President of Engineering

[January 18, 2013]

Multi-Tech Systems Promotes Jeff Davis to Senior Vice President of Engineering

MINNEAPOLIS, MN, Jan 18, 2013 ( via COMTEX) -- Multi-Tech Systems, a leading global manufacturer of M2M (machine-to-machine) communications and Unified Communications solutions, announces the promotion of longtime company veteran, Jeff Davis, to Senior Vice President of Engineering. In this role, Davis will spearhead engineering teams for both of the company's product lines: M2M and Unified Communications.

With almost 32 years of service at Multi-Tech, and the last six years as vice president of engineering, Davis has been directly involved with the development of 34 domestic patents and numerous foreign patents. He has demonstrated great success in building effective teams and improving processes. He will continue to serve on the company's executive leadership team and expand his responsibilities to now oversee new product development.

"Recognized for his clearness of thought and ability to incorporate learned facts with common sense, Jeff's contributions to the organization throughout the years have been immeasurable," said Damian Luna, Chief Operating Officer. "We will look to Jeff to carry forward the strong engineering tradition, while developing innovative solutions that provide enhanced value to our customers." About Multi-Tech Systems Multi-Tech Systems has been delivering industry-leading M2M (machine-to-machine) communications solutions since 1970. With more than 22 million devices deployed worldwide, Multi-Tech focuses on helping customers achieve the shortest path to M2M connectivity - from concept to implementation and total lifecycle management. Whether a project is simple or very complex, Multi-Tech has the resources and expertise to work with any development team to customize a hardware or software solution that maximizes speed to market and return on investment. With carrier-approved external and embedded modems and gateways, Multi-Tech makes it easy and fast to connect your devices to networks anywhere in the world. We work with clients in almost any market to enable cellular, analog, Wi-Fi(R), Bluetooth(R) and GPS capabilities into a solution to achieve superior business results. If we don't have it, we will develop it. Multi-Tech established its reputation for Innovative Designs and Innovative Solutions by obtaining 80+ patents and certifications from more than 30 carriers and over 80 countries. Multi-Tech has made M2M Simplified for thousands of customers around the globe. Twitter: Read the full story at

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