Motorola Solutions hired Andrew Sinclair as leader of the company’s new software organization. Sinclair, previously of the Skype division of Microsoft, joins Motorola Solutions as the company’s first-ever head of software.Latif Elected President of LMCC
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Sinclair will lead the company’s software organization, a new enterprise created to accelerate software innovation for public-safety and commercial customers.
"This is a significant step in our march to becoming a more software-centric company,” said Greg Brown, chairman and CEO, Motorola Solutions. “Andrew’s track record of growing software-as-a-service (SaaS) businesses will accelerate the development of our suite of integrated software solutions."
As head of software, Sinclair will lead an team focused on development, sales and delivery of software that provides critical intelligence to public-safety and commercial users. The software enterprise will advance Motorola Solutions’ portfolios of mobile applications and related services for users in the field, as well as its integrated software suite for personnel at the command center. The team of software designers, developers and engineers also will be responsible for rapid incubation of new capabilities, with a focus on user experience design, cloud computing and analytics, including artificial intelligence, a statement said.
Sinclair has spent the past 15 years building and growing communications and collaboration SaaS solutions with Skype and Microsoft's Skype for Business