Community Advisory Board
The Community Advisory Board is the steering group for the Enterprise Mobility Network community. Made up of individuals drawn from the leading lights in the Enterprise Mobility arena, the team helps shape content for the website and reports, and ensures we are engaging with the very latest issues important to our members.
The current members of the Community Advisory Board are:
Andrew Moloney is a well-known speaker and commentator within the IT Security industry. In March 2012 he authored a report on behalf of the Enterprise Mobility Network entitled “Why Enabling your Mobile Workforce may Actually Make You More Secure”. Prior to founding his own independent consulting practice, Andrew spent 20 years in a variety of corporate roles spanning technology sectors including networking, mobile data comms, digital broadcasting as well as Information Security. In his last “corporate” role he served as EMEA Marketing Director at EMC Corporation, for their Security Division, RSA. While there he also acted as a key spokesperson for EMC on the evolution and impact of Cloud Computing. He now “walks the talk” and maximises the power of cloud computing applications and services to enable him to now operate from the heart of the Somerset countryside.
Ingram Micro Israel
Jonathan Cohen is General Manager of Ingram Micro Israel, a subsidiary of Ingram Micro Inc, the world’s largest technology distributor. In addition to his role at Ingram Micro Israel, Jonathan also leads Ingram Micro’s Data Capture and Point of Sale business in Eastern Europe. Before joining Ingram Micro, Jonathan founded a Healthcare Technology company, Medisafe, that developed advanced algorithms for drug verification and mobile point of care systems. That company was later acquired by Omnicell Inc.
Jonathan also founded Infobar, one of Europe’s first specialist Enterprise Mobility distributors. Infobar was later acquired by Intertrade, Germany. He has published extensively including a book and many articles on Enterprise Mobility.
David Del Giudice
Chief Architect, Enterprise IS
David Del Giudice is the Chief Architect of Enterprise Information Services at AstraZeneca, a Global 500 bio-pharmaceutical. In this role, David is accountable for architecture across the corporate functions and enterprise delivery centres. As a member of the federated Enterprise Architecture Board at AstraZeneca, he drives AstraZeneca’s technology investment roadmap and fully consolidated Target State Architecture for all business functions. Prior to his current role, David led the organisational transformation of the Enterprise Information Services function and was a leader in establishing AstraZeneca’s global application development outsourced partnership model. Before joining AstraZeneca, David held leadership positions at Dell, General Electric, and Union Energy. David is the incoming President of IASA Toronto, a chapter of the largest professional body certifying Architects worldwide.
George McQuillister III
Principal IT Architect, IT Infrastructure & Operations
George McQuillister III is the Principal Systems Architect responsible for the mobile computing discipline for Pacific Gas and Electric Company, one of the largest combination natural gas and electric utilities in the United States. He has 30+ years of information technology experience and has held positions of diverse capacities and increasing responsibility throughout his career. He works extensively with workgroups to enable mobile technologies including providing input and planning expertise for annual enterprise IT lifecycle budget planning. Additionally he serves as a solution architect for BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) and the MobileConnect Platform which is the foundational set of IT infrastructure services designed to support upwards of 10,000+ users through all phases of deployment and implementation.
Larry Klimczyk has the unique experience of managing international mobility solutions as an enterprise client, original equipment manufacturer, independent software vendor and services provider. Today he shares his skills in creating and implementing enterprise mobility strategies to deliver innovative change in the way enterprises’ purchase, deploy and support enterprise mobility platforms.
Larry brings more than 25 years of international management experience in mobile business solutions, most recently as Vice President, Intermec Global Solutions where he launched several innovative software and services solutions. Previously Larry was CEO and Director of BlackBay, Ltd., Vice President at Motorola (formerly Symbol Technologies) and held key leadership positions at Deutsche Post DHL, and TNT Express. Larry has worked in more than 40 countries during his career, and has developed deep expertise in international distribution, data capture, mobile computing and wireless communication.
SVP Worldwide Sales, General Manager EMEA
Nigel Owens is senior vice president worldwide sales, general manager EMEA at Motion Computing. Nigel has over 25 years of experience in the management and direction of technology-based sales operations. Prior to joining Motion, he was a senior executive within some of the biggest names in industry and manufacturing, including Fujitsu, British Aerospace and GE. Since 2007 Nigel has been responsible for the global sales of Motion’s industry-leading tablet PCs and supporting mobility solutions. His primary responsibility is the development of the business on a global scale and also the P&L of UK and Europe, covering a wide range of vertical markets including healthcare, field service and retail.
Julie Purves is the founder and CEO of B2M Solutions, a software company specialising in helping enterprises optimise their mobile business processes through the use of advanced analytics and business intelligence. Julie has nearly 20 years experience working in the mobile enterprise sector and has a passion for the impact and ability to transform organizations through their mobile systems. Julie’s vision has always been to enable B2M’s Partners to deliver high value services based on insight into the mobile enterprise. Today B2M works with systems integrators, independent software vendors, managed service providers and mobile device manufactures around the world helping them to deliver innovative mobile solutions.
Research Director, EMEA Enterprise Mobility Strategies
Nicholas McQuire joined IDC in 2010 as research director for the EMEA Enterprise Mobility Strategies research program. In this role he is primarily responsible for research into the adoption, supply, and emerging technology trends in the mobile business market including mobile enterprise applications, mobile device management and security and mobile enterprise managed services in EMEA. Nick has over 10 years’ experience working in the enterprise mobility sector. Before joining IDC, he was a senior manager in the Insight, Strategy, and Planning division of BT Global Services’ Marketing Centre of Excellence.
Senior Director, Manufacturing, Field Mobility, Industry Solutions Group
Motorola Solutions, Inc.
Jim Hilton, Sr. Director for Manufacturing Industry solutions leads initiatives focusing on technology vision and advanced mobile solutions in the plant, in the warehouse and in the field for manufacturing enterprises. Jim is an experienced veteran in manufacturing enterprise solutions having worked in the technology industry for more than 30 years and brings a unique vision to the real world use of technology and its powerful advantage in driving operational efficiencies and customer success. Jim holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Kentucky, College of Business and Economics.
Dave Stark has worked with leading IT infrastructure, software and service suppliers over the last 27 years. During that period he has worked across all vertical sectors and across all global markets. During this 27 year career Dave has served as UK Enterprise Sector Director for PeopleSoft, UK Managing Director for Siebel and Managing Director EMEA for Quofore, a leading supplier of mobile retail execution solutions to the CPG marketplace, working with clients such as Unilever, P&G, Kraft, Diageo, Sanofi and Mars. Dave currently operates as an independent advisor and consultant. Dave has been awarded an Economics Degree by Sheffield University and a MBA by Aston University.
Enterprise Mobility Forum SA
To date, he has founded nine businesses in this market sector. Carlos was CEO of Barcodes from 1983 to 1995 until the company was acquired by Symbol Technologies. He became CEO of Symbol Africa from 1995 until 2002 and then relocated to London as VP & Chief Marketing Officer for Symbol. Carlos left Symbol Technologies in 2002 to assist Motorola in expanding their global enterprise mobility business, which led to the Symbol Technologies acquisition in 2004. He is presently Executive Director of Skywire Australia, CEO of Mobiliti, Partner in SEGroup and CEO of Enterprise Mobility Forum SA.
Tim Hamilton-Davies is the owner of M-Netics, a company specialising in the provision of mobile technology solutions. He has over 18 years experience of consulting, sales and retail trouble shooting. Tim started his career in the Retail sector working as Retail Manager for Dixons, now DSGi and as the youngest manager in the UK supported a number of roles including Trouble Shooting Relief Manager. Tim now focuses on helping organisations to help improve their processes, increase customer satisfaction and boost sales.
Enterprise Mobility Network
Sharon has over 20 years’ experience as a journalist, including eight as editor of m.logistics magazine covering trends and developments in the mobilisation of IT, particularly in logistics and field service. She has in-depth knowledge of the suppliers and technology in the mobility sector, and sees her role as asking the key questions that will help enterprises identify what mobility strategy will enhance performance in their own mobile workforces.
CTO - Workplace Services UKI
As CTO of IBM’s Workplace Services (UKI) business Simon has been involved with Enterprise or Workforce Mobility for the last five years. His real interest is in the intelligent use of technology to enable people to work effectively whenever and wherever makes the most sense, driving benefits in terms of reduced travel costs, higher productivity and enhanced employee and customer satisfaction.
Julian leads the future retail operational thinking at Boots. Over the last 13 years, he has introduced significant change to the retail operation. This has ranged from the introduction of new ways to pay such as contactless payment or Self Checkout to revolutionising the way stock is managed in stores. The most significant change delivered has come through enterprise mobility where Julian has delivered a world class set of in-store solutions.
Vice President, Channels for EMEA
Marco Landi is Motorola Solutions’ Vice President, Channels for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). Marco’s main focus in this role is to drive the indirect sales of Motorola Solutions technologies and products across the various radio, wireless infrastructure and Enterprise markets in which the Company operates. Marco was previously the Vice President EMEA Channel for Motorola Enterprise Mobility Solutions and while performing this role oversaw the launch of Motorola’s PartnerEmpower™ channel partner programme into the EMEA region.
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