Eggs & Enterprise with Michael Orr, Sigfox
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The GNFCC is pleased to welcome
VP Sales and Partners, North America
as keynote speaker for the September Eggs & Enterprise breakfast. The meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 19, 2017 at The Metropolitan Club in Alpharetta.
Make plans now to join us for this timely and informative session, and register today! Sponsorship opportunities available - contact Debbie Ryals for details.
Billions of objects worldwide will be connected to the Internet; their data will be stored in the cloud and will participate in the digitalization of our environment. Having a global, simple, low-cost and low-power connectivity solution is fundamental. This is the challenge that Sigfox addresses by deploying a low-bandwidth dedicated network, already present in 32 countries.
Created in 2010 the company is a recognized global pioneer and leader in a sector that is already disrupting business models and will revolutionize the whole of society. The ambition of Sigfox, embodied in the slogan "Make Things Come Alive", is to give a voice to the physical world around us and to allow these billions of objects to play a role in economic and social development.
About Michael Orr
Orr is the Vice President of Sales and Partners for SIGFOX North America and has an extensive background in the mobility, embedded software, and IoT markets, and has led business development, and sales and marketing activities in these spaces for the last 20 years at brand name and startup companies. Before joining Sigfox, Michael led mobility and IoT sales for the Communications, Media, and Technology sector at Accenture. Accenture is a leader in IoT and mobility applications for Fortune 100 clients, and Michael’s deals drove improved efficiencies and new revenue streams. Prior to that, Michael led the commercial development of Smarterphone AS as SVP of Sales, where he was responsible for global business development leading to a successful acquisition by Nokia in 2011.