Putting the ME in Team
There is no “i” in team, but there is a “me”…or in this case, a ME. From the day this magazine began life as Field Force Automation in 1999, our staff has relied on independent experts who survey the enterprise mobile and wireless market on a daily basis. You’ve seen them quoted and read their columns in our magazine.
By Matt Purdue
Recently we hand-picked some of these thought leaders and formed our own team, the Mobile Enterprise Editorial Advisory Board. Our mission is to bring together a group of experts to help us ascertain the direction of this industry, then disseminate that intelligence to you. To that end, the board will be comprised of analysts, consultants, systems integrators and other specialists, but not technology vendors.
I am proud and honored to be working with these individuals. Now my job is to make certain that their news and views are shared with you, our audience.
For complete bios and contact information, check out www.MobileEnterpriseMag.com/eab.
Tim Bajarin, President, Creative Strategies
Steve Brummer, President, Wireless Rain
Antony Bruno, VP, CTIA
Bob Egan, Principal, Mobile Competency
Don Grust, President, Espria
Iain Gillott, President, iGillott Research
Tony Rizzo, Mobile Sector Head, the451
Tim Scannell, Principle, Shoreline Research
Lee Sherman, technology journalist
Craig Settles, President, Successful.com
Gene Signorini, Senior Analyst, Yankee Group
Brian Solomon, Co-founder, CDCE
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