Canary Labs appoints Jack Wilkins Director of Sales

  • March 25, 2009
  • Canary Labs Inc.
  • News
March 25, 2009 - Canary Labs announced today that Jack Wilkins has been appointed Director of Sales, a new position. Gary Stern, president of Canary Labs, says that business has been increasing, and the company needs someone with experience in marketing process historians. “We now have more than 10,000 customers in 24 countries around the world,” said Stern. “Jack has extensive experience with GE Fanuc, where he was the global product manager for GE Fanuc’s Proficy Historian and Web Based visualization software, so we are confident that he will help us to continue to grow.”Wilkins was previously responsible for worldwide sales and global marketing strategies for GE Fanuc's Proficy Historian, Real-Time Information Portal and Shop Floor SPC software. Before that, he was Vice President of Operations & Software Development at GE Fanuc/CIMWORKS in Kirkland, Washington. Wilkins’ track record shows consistent sales and market growth every year.“We need someone with Jack’s experience to manage our strategic planning, customer relationship programs, sales force communications and product development plans,” says Stern. “Jack accomplished all of that with GE Fanuc.”About Canary LabsSince 1985, Canary Labs has been focused on delivering best in class historian trending tools and solutions on a global scale. Our client base has grown since our inception, to over 10,000 implementations in over 24 countries around the world. We believe our success is driven by our focus on developing our solutions from the end user's perspective, with scale in mind. Our Trend Viewer is the viewer of choice for our clients across all industries due to the flexibility and control provided at the end user level without the need to involve IT. Large enterprises have come to rely on Canary Labs' scalable architecture and performance, enabling our clients to collect 100,000+ tags at millisecond intervals utilizing the smallest hardware requirements in the industry.

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