An Experienced Voice in the Supply Chain Industry.
StayLinked Corporation, the leader of innovative terminal emulation solutions for the supply chain, announced today that industry veteran Ron Caines has agreed to join StayLinked as its Vice President of Channel Sales. Ron's most recent role was as Vice President of Global Sales at AetherPal, a company specializing in remote support and interactive training for mobile devices. Prior to joining AetherPal, Ron was the Vice President of Global Sales and Marketing at B2M Solutions, a UK company focused on the development of mobile device analytics.
Previously, Ron was the President of Worldwide Sales and Services for Psion Corporation, a company acquired by Motorola Solutions. (Motorola was acquired by Zebra in 2014). Ron originally joined Psion as the Vice President of Marketing and was subsequently promoted to the role of President of the Americas prior to his appointment to his global role in 2009.
An Experienced Voice in the Supply Chain Industry
Ron's hiring comes in response to proven demand for StayLinked products around the world, as companies are increasingly migrating from legacy terminal emulation to the reliability and security of the StayLinked architecture.
"Ron Caines is an incredibly well-respected voice in this industry," said Dan Hogan, President of StayLinked. "His invaluable experience collaborating with partners and customers to help identify business needs will be vital in increasing StayLinked's growth around the globe."
Ron's responsibilities as Vice President of Channel Sales will include managing and expanding StayLinked's presence on a global scale with a particular focus on distributor and reseller relationships. His role will center on strengthening these strategic partnerships as StayLinked continues to bring advanced terminal emulation solutions and business intelligence products to market.
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"StayLinked is an innovative technology company with an amazing internal culture," Caines says. "I'm excited to have the opportunity to help in StayLinked's continued growth and I look forward to expanding its international reach as we continue our collaboration with a growing list of partners."
As StayLinked's roster of innovative products and features continues to expand, Caines is keenly aware of the impact StayLinked is making on the market.
"StayLinked is raising the bar for warehouse efficiency and worker productivity," he says. "And by giving customers valuable insights into their systems with the development of StayLinked iQ, StayLinked is further streamlining and optimizing warehouse operations."
"Having Ron lead global channel sales will elevate the confidence of our partners and customers as we move into new markets with an ever-expanding suite of supply chain solutions," says Padraig Regan, General Manager for StayLinked EMEA and Director of StayLinked Labs, the research and development division.
"We continue to lead innovation in the terminal emulation space and the industry takes notice," says Justin Griffith, StayLinked's Chief Technology Officer. "With the addition of Ron, we have fortified our commitment to help customers quickly bring their entrenched systems into the new world of cutting-edge technology such as hardware automation, location awareness, and IoT sensor integration. His remarkable industry presence is vital to our mission to facilitate mission-critical transactions in many of the backend systems that businesses require to operate."
With the introduction of host-based, thin client emulation in 2002, StayLinked Terminal Emulation changed the landscape of wireless host-based application delivery and stability. The company has continued to drive innovation with true software-only emulation session persistence; centralized session configuration, control, and management of wireless emulation sessions (Telnet/SSH); terminal emulation application modernization (SmartTE), and the only Business Intelligence product designed for terminal emulation environments (StayLinked iQ). StayLinked software is available for all popular mobile devices from those running traditional operating systems such as DOS, CE, and Windows Mobile to the latest versions of iOS and Android.