Tim Courtney to Lead Sales Operations forTrafficCast International
TrafficCast International, Inc., the leading provider of digital traffic data, has named Tim Courtney as its Executive Vice President, Sales Operations, leading the sales and marketing efforts in TrafficCast’s next growth phase.
Courtney, who was most recently Vice President of LCC International’s strategy and business development efforts, has more than 20 years experience in the telecom, wireless, and mobile markets. The mobile industry is one of the most promising emerging markets for TrafficCast’s personalized, real-time traffic information.
“I have worked with Tim for several years,” said Neal Campbell, Chief Executive Officer of TrafficCast International. “His history with wireless carriers, equipment providers and third party solutions partners will create immediate opportunities for us. Tim has tremendous understanding of our critical core markets as well as our technology platforms and solutions.”
Demand for accurate traffic information, for both consumer and enterprise applications, is growing significantly in a number of vertical markets, including the mobile GPS and phone industries, Web portals, broadcast media, fleet and logistics, and the public sector.
“I have a strong working knowledge in many of the industries TrafficCast serves, not only from the engineering standpoint, but from the needs of the end-users,” said Courtney. “TrafficCast has the most advanced technology solutions in the industry, and I welcome the opportunity to demonstrate our unique offerings to these key vertical markets.”
Prior to LCC International, Courtney held numerous executive sales, business development and sales management positions at Wireless Faculties Incorporated (WFI), a wireless engineering consulting company. His background also includes more than ten years at Motorola, Inc. in system engineering, sales, sales management and operations, including leadership positions supporting location based services, hosted and non-hosted applications for the Motorola handset division. Later, as a Vice President for Ericsson, Courtney led the Sprint professional services/backhaul team. He began his career with General Instrument/Jerrold designing cable TV products.