Novonics Promotes David Forth to Senior Product Manager

Inovonics has promoted David Foth to senior product manager. Foth has been with Inovonics since 2008 and previously served as product manager. In his new position, Foth will continue to be responsible for product line management of wireless, 900MHz mesh network products and will help oversee go-to-market strategies for Inovonics’ transmitters, transceivers and sensors for use in life safety and commercial security systems.

“Dave has demonstrated a tremendous amount of leadership in the development of our new products, product forecasting and product planning strategies,” said Mark Jarman, president of Inovonics. “We continue to depend on him to establish direct customer relationships in support of our product development ideas. His leadership ability proves to be vital in our efforts to amplify the large-scale promotion of Radius, our new situational awareness, wireless location and mass notification system.” 

Foth has more than 13 years of leadership, product management, and profit and loss experience across global markets, which proves to be essential for his expanded role at Inovonics. Before joining the company, Foth held the director of marketing position at Mile High LLC, where he was responsible for product management of capital equipment within the foodservice, hospitality, convenience store industry and healthcare markets. Foth also held the director of marketing position at eMerge Interactive Inc., where he implemented strategic marketing plans for a suite of fluorescent-based machine-vision systems across multiple market segments. Foth holds an MBA from Nova Southeastern University and a bachelor’s degree from Fort Lewis College.

“I am very appreciative of the promotion and am enthusiastic about the direction we are heading at Inovonics,” Foth explained. “I look forward to helping Inovonics expand its market presence as a leading security solutions provider in several key industries and want to continue shaping Inovonics as the trusted leader of wireless sensor networks for all security and life safety applications.”


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