Inovonics Promotes Craig Dever to Vice President of Sales
Inovonics, which provides wireless sensor networks for commercial and life-safety applications, has promoted Craig Dever to vice president of sales. Dever has been with Inovonics since 2003 and previously served as the director of sales. In his new position, Dever will continue overseeing the security sales and commercial application sales groups, and will provide focus to Inovonics’ customer service and technical service initiatives.
“We’ve observed Craig’s success in his previous position as director of sales and determined that his hard work and proven results have been instrumental in the success of our company,” said Mark Jarman, president of Inovonics. “With his strong background in both sales and management, we will continue to look to Craig to help support our market share growth in the wireless and key vertical industries through the promotion of our new innovative location and situational awareness Radius technology.”
Dever brings more than 15 years of sales and sales management experience to his new position at Inovonics. Before joining the company, Dever held positions in product management and national account sales at Exabyte Corporation, a manufacturer of tape storage devices, and was a regional vice president of channel sales at Computer Associates, a provider of network and system management software applications. Dever holds a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from the University of Colorado.
“I am very honored and thrilled about my expanded role with Inovonics,” Dever said. “Inovonics has been trusted to monitor and protect some of the world’s most mission-critical sites and precious objects because of the quality of its products and services. I believe in the way we do business, because our value begins with identifying our customers’ expectations and ends with their complete satisfaction. I look forward to not only expanding our current customer relationships but also to building new ones and helping expand Inovonics’ presence in its key markets for years to come.”