Joshi to Develop New Markets for AtHoc
AtHoc, Inc., the pioneer and leader in network-centric emergency notification systems, has appointed Ketan Joshi vice president of new markets and corporate development.
To build on the company’s growth, Joshi will be responsible for the company’s new markets business strategy, ecosystem development and corporate growth. He brings more than 15 years of experience in corporate and business development and strategy, most recently with Cadence Design Systems where he held several senior positions in corporate strategy and alliance development.
“AtHoc had a transformational year with growth surpassing expectations, prestigious awards won and bestowed by leading industry organizations, and exceeding customer milestones where we made the difference in protecting people and property,” said Guy Miasnik, AtHoc president and CEO. “As a market leader with a proven record of establishing strategic alliances, delivering growth both organically and strategically, Ketan is well positioned to lead AtHoc to new market opportunities and strategic expansion."
Joshi has a master’s degree in business administration from the University of California, Berkeley; a master of science degree in electrical engineering from California Institute of Technology, Pasadena; and a bachelor's degree in electronics and telecommunications from the University of Poona, India.
“AtHoc is a leader and innovator in the most demanding life safety markets that are critical in protecting our troops and nation’s readiness to respond to threats,” Joshi said. “I am excited about the opportunity to join a great team and leverage my expertise to drive AtHoc’s continued growth and momentum in new and adjacent markets.”
The company's net-centric mass notification systems are protecting more than 2 million military and federal government personnel. Enterprise-level life safety systems are deployed across entire U.S. Navy, U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Air Force Major Commands, U.S. Army, and multiple other large government agencies and commercial organizations.