Aurora, Canada (PressExposure) August 05, 2011 -- After concluding an extensive search across Canada, GreenCell Technologies Inc. (Frankfurt Open Market: GT5) proudly announced today that Bob Fitzgerald has been appointed manager of their expanding sales team and will join the Ontario-based producer of proprietary hydrogen injection fuel systems, branded HydroCell and HydroCell Max, immediately.
Fitzgerald will be based at GreenCell's head office in Aurora, alongside other executives and personnel. He will oversee all channel sales and report directly to GreenCell CEO K. Allen Etherington, working closely with the recently appointed marketing manager, Ken Mair.
"Bob Fitzgerald brings over 20 years' experience to our growing organization," says GreenCell CEO K. Allen Etherington, "while leading companies to success in highly competitive markets. He is obviously a results oriented leader with a focus on meeting and exceeding customers' expectations, creating new revenue streams and overachieving sales targets! We look forward to and are very excited that Bob will be leading our sales efforts into the transportation management vertical."
Fitzgerald was previously with Research In Motion (RIM), holding the title Global Strategic Account Manager and was responsible for managing direct relationships with North American Fortune 500 customers in the Financial, Energy, Retail and Logistics sectors. He was primarily responsible for broadening and widening the use of BlackBerry devices and solutions within these organizations by mobilizing business process applications.
Prior to joining GreenCell, Fitzgerald spent two years with T4G, an end-to-end technology services company, where he was responsible for New Business Development across North America offering custom application development, infrastructure and security support, user experience and usability, supporting and enhancing content, and Business Intelligent applications as well as analytics.
GreenCell Technologies Inc. is a Canadian company dedicated to designing and bringing to market technology-based products for the transportation and energy industries.