Canton resident named VP at MobiquityBy Canton Citizen
Mobiquity, a professional services firm creating innovative mobile solutions that drive business value, announced last week that Eugene Signorini of Canton has joined the company as vice president of mobile insights. In this role, Signorini will help Mobiquity’s clients understand how key mobile market trends will transform their business and how they can effectively implement comprehensive mobile strategies.
“As more enterprises put mobile at the core of their business strategies, our clients are looking for both strategic guidance and solid execution,” said Scott Snyder, Mobiquity co-founder and chief strategy officer. “I’m thrilled to have Gene join our team and look forward to bringing his deep understanding of mobile market dynamics to our clients.”
Signorini brings more than 18 years of experience in the wireless industry to Mobiquity. Prior to joining Mobiquity, he was senior vice president and head of research at Yankee Group, which he joined in 2000 as part of the wireless research team. While at Yankee, Signorini co-founded the firm’s enterprise mobility research team, driving thought-provoking and valuable research initiatives. He holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and English from Boston College and a master’s of business administration from the Carroll School of Management at Boston College.
Signorini was a charter member of Mobile Enterprise magazine’s editorial advisory board and is on the board of advisors for IQPC Global Enterprise Mobility Exchange Network, which connects enterprise mobility decision-makers across Europe and the U.S.
“Mobile is going to transform tomorrow’s economy in the way the Internet transformed yesterday’s, and Mobiquity delivers the perfect combination of strategic thinking and practical know-how for clients,” said Signorini. “I look forward to working with companies who understand the business value of well-thought-out mobile solutions and are looking to Mobiquity to guide them.”
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