VANCOUVER, Nov. 1, 2011 /CNW/ - Mr. Freeman is a senior high-tech
operations and product development executive with over 25 years of
experience managing leading-edge hardware and software communications
solutions and services across a broad-range of technologies and
Mr. Freeman's career began with Mobile Data International where he
spearheaded adoption of early private wireless data networks for Taxi,
Public Safety and Utility markets, overseeing 800Mhz radio
Manufacturing Engineering, data terminal manufacturing, RF system
design, and International sales support and system deployment. In the
early 90's, Mr. Freeman was responsible for technical sales support and
system implementation for Motorola's Wireless Data Group located in
London and Paris. Mr. Freeman was instrumental in Motorola's
successful launch into European Taxi markets, along with the global
launch of data infrastructure with the responsibility for product
definition, marketing, and implementation of wireless data
infrastructure based on Motorola DataTAC and ARDIS network solutions.
Mr. Freeman subsequently joined Sierra Wireless where he led definition,
development, and successful deployment of many world-class leading edge
CDPD, 1xRTT, GPRS, and EVDO wireless data modem hardware and enabling
software solutions for international markets. In 2002 Mr. Freeman
joined WebTech Wireless, where he defined target markets and
requirements for mobile hardware and Fleet Management services.
Promoted to VP Operations he oversaw the successful growth of the
organization, supporting ongoing 60% annual growth in shipments and
software-as-a-service revenues, a tripling of personnel, five-fold
growth in corporate and manufacturing facilities and infrastructure,
and the successful implementation of many multiple multi-million dollar
Most recently Mr. Freeman was Sr. VP Operations and Product Management
for Saturna Green Systems, focusing on developing embedded telematics
solutions for the electric vehicle industry.
Mr. Freeman holds a BaSC in Electrical Engineering from the University
of British Columbia.
Effective November 1, 2011 the Company accepted the resignations of
Richard Gilbertson, Chris Shade and Monty Ormsby as directors of our
Company. There were no disagreements between Mr.'s Gilbertson, Shade
and Ormsby and the Company on any matter relating to the Company's
operations, policies or practices. "I want to thank Monty, Chris, and
Richard for their contributions and leadership during the early stage
development of IGEN which has prepared the company for its next phase
of growth", said Neil G. Chan, Chief Executive Officer.
SOURCE iGen Networks Corp.
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Ron W. Loudoun
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