Dean Rockwell Joins Vancouver's In Motion Technology as CEO

by Techvibes NewsDesk

Vancouver's In Motion Technology announced the appointment of Dean Rockwell as Chief Executive Officer today.  Rockwell will be responsible for the company’s strategic direction and business operations, and brings more than two decades of international leadership to the In Motion Technology team.

Rockwell is an experienced leader of technology-intensive businesses and has a solid track record with over 24 years of experience. Most recently, Rockwell was the COO of Pulse Energy. However, the greater tech community will better know his name for his time as the CEO of the British Columbia Innovation Council.

“We’re very pleased to have Dean aboard, and are confident that his wealth of experience and leadership skills in high-growth technology ventures will enable In Motion Technology to continue on its current high-growth trajectory as a leader in mobile enterprise networking,” said Greg Peet, Chair of In Motion Technology.

“I am pleased to be joining the In Motion Technology team and see tremendous opportunities ahead, particularly with the revolution taking place with both wireless networks and devices that organizations want to deploy in their fleets,” said Rockwell.

In Motion Technology is a leader in mobile networking systems that provide organizations with secure, manageable end-to-end communications, serving all systems in and around the vehicle using multiple broadband networks. 

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

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