Clear-Com Promotes VP of Global Sales
Clear-Com announces the promotion of Bob Boster to vice president of worldwide sales.
Boster joined Clear-Com in 2006 as a regional sales manager, and was then promoted to director of sales for the Americas and Asia-Pacific in 2008. Under his leadership, Boster developed solid sales strategies and continued to strengthen channel relationships throughout the North America and Latin America regions, the company said. He was directly responsible for solidifying new intercom customers such as DirectTV and the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at the Arizona State University.
Building upon his previous responsibilities, Boster will now use his experience working in international broadcast markets to expand sales activities in the Europe, Middle East and Africa markets.
"The market landscape for intercom is changing rapidly. Customers are demanding more capabilities, flexibility and simpler operations," said Boster in a statement. "Clear-Com, with its unique HelixNet platform and range of wireless solutions, continues to meet the need for a variety of communication applications."
Before joining Clear-Com, Boster held the position of vice president of sales for the western U.S. region at ENCO Systems, a provider of digital audio delivery systems. At ENCO Systems, Bob also held positions as product manager, general manager, and managing director. Prior to ENCO Systems, Bob worked in software development at Orban, focusing on user interface development and strengthening client relationships.
"Bob's promotion reflects not only his outstanding performance as a leader in the sales organization, but also his personal commitment in helping customers succeed with Clear-Com solutions," says Matt Danilowicz, president and managing director of Clear-Com, in a statement. "Since arriving at the company four years ago, Bob has progressively taken on more responsibility with our sales efforts, delivering excellent sales results every step of the way. There is no other person better suited for the job."