Movius Names Howard Shaw New Vice President of International Sales
Howard Shaw, an experienced senior executive across both the EMEA and Asia regions, has joined Movius Interactive Corporation, a major player in unified communications solutions, as their new Vice President of International Sales.
Prior to joining Movius, Shaw worked at QPC, where he was responsible for all operations for the company’s business across the Middle East, Africa and Asia, with a solutions portfolio dedicated to transformation of customer services.
Shaw has more than 20 years’ experience of working with most of the major carriers across EMEA, including BT, DT, Cable and Wireless, France Telecom, Orascom, Saudi Telecom, Vodafone, 02, Hutchison, MTN and many others.
“We are delighted to have Howard spearhead the further growth of the Movius portfolio and presence across these international markets,” said Movius CEO Dominic Gomez, in a press release. “Howard brings valuable experience, a network of contacts and he has an impressive track record of sales performance and business growth in both direct and indirect channel scenarios – something which is very important to Movius.”
Shaw has also held leadership roles at TimePlex Group and Nortel Networks.
“With the increasing drive towards convergence, led largely by a growing demand for mobile solutions and the arrival of 4G/LTE networks, this is a great time for Movius to truly develop further as a world-acknowledged leading player in unified communications,” said Mr. Shaw.
“I have been tremendously excited by what I have seen of the Movius solutions portfolio and the work being done to drive the company forward and I am immensely looking forward to the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.”
In related news, Movius Interactive Corporation has been selected to provide SI Wireless with its voice messaging solution as part of an initiative to bring advanced communications to rural areas across the US.
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Edited by Rich Steeves