MicroPower Technologies Inc., provider of surveillance solutions optimized for rapid, cost-effective deployment, announced Ann Chamberlin as the company’s new vice president of Sales. Chamberlin will bring her sales expertise in the security market and keen knowledge of B2B technologies to the MicroPower organization.
Chamberlin’s experience includes creating strategic sales direction, establishing repeatable sales processes and developing and optimizing metrics for a wide range of technology companies. Her key strengths are growing revenue and maximizing profit by standardizing sales processes and building high-performance, scalable teams for early-stage and emerging entrepreneurial organizations.
“We are excited to have Ann join the MicroPower executive team as vice president of Sales,” said Jon Siann, CEO. “Her extensive experience with sales direction and processes, as well as her skill at helping to increase company revenues, will greatly benefit MicroPower as we continue to expand our presence in the surveillance market.”
Chamberlin most recently served as vice president, Global Sales for Send Word Now, a SaaS-based provider of emergency notification services. There, she achieved significant revenue increase per salesperson year-over-year, in part by creating repeatable sales processes.
Prior to Send Word Now, Chamberlin helped build enterprise, SMB, higher education and partner initiatives at Everbridge, an interactive communications and mass notification company. During her six-year tenure, she helped the company take advantage of new market opportunities and achieved more than 200 percent growth. Earlier, Chamberlin re-engineered a new SMB channel group for ZyXEL, a provider of broadband access solutions for service providers and business and home users. Prior to ZyXEL, she built an enterprise sales and account management team in her role as Regional Sales Director for Intel/Trillium Digital Systems.
Chamberlin earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration from the University of the Pacific and a Master’s of Arts in International Business from Webster University.
“I look forward to working with, and improving on, our sales strategies and anticipate playing an instrumental role in further strengthening the company’s business initiatives,” Chamberlin said. “The idea of providing users with a wireless, solar-powered alternative to fixed, traditional surveillance products is revolutionary. As MicroPowercontinues to expand its footprint, I’m excited to be on board to help maximize sales and efficiencies.”