Technetix names Americas chief

Technetix has appointed Sandy Howe executive vice president and president, Americas, reporting to CEO and Founder Paul Broadhurst. In her ...

Technetix, Harmonic showing Remote PHY at ANGA
Technetix, Harmonic showing Remote PHY at ANGA

Technetix has appointed Sandy Howe executive vice president and president, Americas, reporting to CEO and Founder Paul Broadhurst.

In her new role, Howe is responsible for all functions for the United States, Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean, including sales, customer service, product management, finance, HR and operations. In addition, she partners with the chief technology officer and chief product officer to develop product strategies specific to the Americas market. She is also a member of the core executive team to help drive global strategic plans.

"Sandy Howe is a customer advocate. As a company, we partner with our customers for their success, and with Sandy's experience in building strong customer relationships, as well as her technical expertise and business acumen, she is the leader that will bring our teams together to deliver results," said Broadhurst. "Being able to attract top talent such as Sandy speaks to our company's commitment to serve our customers in the Americas and to ensure best-in-class leadership."

With almost 25 years' experience in the global telecommunications, video and media technology markets, Howe began her career as a sales engineer and moved to leadership roles in sales, strategic market development, and global marketing at companies such as ARRIS and Cisco. Most recently, she was SVP and general manager for the Consumer Products Group at ARRIS.

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