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Paul Knittle Joins Wireless Analytics as Director of Strategic Accounts
Date:6/25/2013

Danvers, MA (PRWEB) June 25, 2013

Wireless Analytics, a pioneer in the Wireless Expense Management industry, today announced that Paul Knittle has joined the company as Director of Strategic Accounts. Mr. Knittle was previously a Senior Account Manager for Global Accounts with T-Mobile, where he was responsible for driving mobility initiatives within New England-based Fortune 1000 and Global 500 organizations.

“The chance to join a company with 100% customer retention over its 10 years serving enterprise customers was one I couldn’t pass up,” said Mr. Knittle. “Having worked alongside the Wireless Analytics team supporting my former customers, I saw firsthand the outstanding service they provided, as well as the steadfast loyalty it inspired in their clients.”

Mr. Knittle will be responsible for business development throughout North America as well as strategic management of key accounts. Working directly with senior management and channel partners, Mr. Knittle will be delivering managed services solutions including Mobile Device Management (MDM), wireless help desk support, BYOD programs and cost-saving initiatives to Fortune 2000 organizations.

“When looking for a Director of Strategic Accounts, we were looking for an individual that could not only serve as the primary business owner for new client engagements and deliverables but also for someone who was committed to client satisfaction,” said Fernando Oliveira, Wireless Analytics’ Vice President of Client Services. “Paul exemplifies such an individual with his talent, skills and past interactions as a trusted partner with his clients. I very much look forward to Paul’s positive influence within the Client Services Team.”

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