Gauge announced today that Ron Fleming has joined the telematics company as Vice President of Business Development. Fleming will be responsible for driving Gauge’s revenue, building the sales organization and supporting Gauge’s current clients.
"Ron's experience and depth of knowledge will be invaluable in leading our business development efforts," said Gauge CEO Mike Paredes. "We have an opportunity to capitalize on the momentum we’ve built over the past few years and Ron's contributions are sure to make a positive impact in the near future."
Previously, Fleming served as founder and principal of MaxKinetics, L.L.C., a consulting organization. Prior to that, he worked as Vice President of Business Development at CEDIA for six years. With more than 20 years of consumer electronics experience, Fleming also served in various roles with General Electric, RCA and Thomson/Technicolor, where he ran the RCA/GE Audio Video division for the Americas. Additionally, Fleming worked as the Vice President of Marketing and Communications for the National Precast Concrete Association.
"This is such an exciting opportunity as Gauge is perfectly positioned for growth," explained Fleming. "I can't wait to dig in and help take the company to the next level."
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