CSL expands its M2M/IoT division with new appointments
CSL, one of the leading pioneers of critical M2M connectivity solutions, announces three new appointments in its growing M2M/IoT division.
John Goy joins as Business Development Director for Europe. He joins CSL from British Telecom where he previously headed the M2M Sales and Commercial functions within their Enterprise division. Prior to that he spent several years in solution sales within the Security software sector.
Morten Persen joins as Business Development Manager for the Nordic region. He brings 9 years of solution sales experience working in the Nordic telecommunication market, where he most recently helped ICE.Net grow to become Norway’s third largest Telecoms operator.
Wai Li joins as Business Development Consultant. He also joins from British Telecom where he spent the last 10 years leading the design and build of their core UK M2M network infrastructure, delivering bespoke connectivity solutions to corporate customers.
Jon Shipp, CSL’s M2M Director, commented:
“We are delighted to announce these new appointments. Not only have we succeeded in attracting some real talent to CSL from the industry, but this adds significant and further depth and breadth to our existing capabilities. With their combined industry backgrounds and extensive product and M2M experience, CSL are well placed to continue their innovation and growth across multiple sectors.”
Formerly CSL DualCom, CSL invented simple and reliable DualCom alarm signalling units to facilitate the reliable delivery of alarms and data from the premises to the Monitoring Centre.
The company is now the trusted choice to provide the Critical Connectivity for nearly half a million M2M devices throughout Europe.
CSL was founded in the UK in 1996 and today, the CSL Group are market leaders in providing M2M and IoT solutions in the Security and Health Sectors with operations in the UK, Ireland, Sweden and the Netherlands. After a successful management buy-out in 2006, led by Group CEO, Phil Hollett and Simon Banks, founder and Group Managing Director, the company established itself as a leading provider of dual signalling systems.