Voiteq announces the appointment of new General Manager for North America
June 18, 2019
Voiteq is pleased to announce the appointment of Carl Marin as North American general manager.
Reporting to David Stanhope, CEO of Voiteq, Carl will be a part of the global leadership team that works together to bring unparalleled scale to an industry-leading suite of voice-directed solutions. He will be responsible for leading and delivering the North American business strategy as well as the oversight of all facets of the day-to-day-operations.
Marin has worked within the supply chain solutions industry for more than 27 years and has held executive leadership roles for the past 20. Most recently, as general manager of the SMB software division within global provider of supply chain solution HighJump, Marin was responsible for building a world-class team that continues to set record levels of customer bookings and profitability. Marin now brings those capabilities to the Voiteq North America business.
Marin also held the position of general manager of Vitech North America. He was instrumental in the integration of <add a few word description> Vitech and Voiteq North America to become part of the largest global voice integrator, offering unparalleled industrial voice capabilities with more than 150 dedicated voice professionals spanning the globe.
“We’re very pleased to appoint Carl Marin as general manager of the North American business. Voiteq works very hard to provide the best voice solutions in the market, and following our 2019 alignment with Vitech, we’re now better positioned to increase the range of solutions we offer to our customers around the world,” remarked David Stanhope, CEO of Voiteq.
“I’m thrilled to be part of such an amazing team and look forward to working alongside them to continue our mission to put customers’ needs at the centre of our initiatives,” commented Marin. “Voice-directed work is a mainstream technology that is the launching point for our customers into the warehouse of the future. Expanding beyond the legacy PDA and paper-driven workflows that have been in place for decades, new methods of interacting with software through voice-driven processes have the potential to transform ways that companies enable their workforce for superior performance.”