Greenbird Expands Sales Team in Asia Pacific

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The new appointment helps position the company to leverage its technology leadership in key growth markets.

Oslo-based Greenbird Integration Technology, a software company providing orchestration and data management solutions to the energy industry, is pleased to announce it has expanded its management team to lead business development activities in the Asia Pacific.

The new appointment helps position Greenbird to leverage its technology leadership with Metercloud in key growth markets. It also strengthens its presence in Asia Pacific, improving accessibility to platform expertise and providing users with regional resources and support, the company says.

Carey Jack, a 20-year software platform veteran who has worked in senior-level sales management positions for organizations in Hong Kong, London and Sydney has been appointed Regional Business Development Lead and will be based in Hong Kong.


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“I’m excited to bring everything I’ve learned to this new role in the region,” said Carey, “Greenbird’s presence in the Asia Pacific region will provide a tremendous opportunity for further growth as the need for digital innovation increases as a result of smart meter rollouts and increased use of IoT.”

Chief Revenue Officer Andrew Lund explained, “Asia Pacific is currently experiencing significant technology change as a result of the implementation of smart metering and the broader digitalization initiatives of smart cities and smart grids. Most utilities in the region have understood the urgency to be become a platformed digital utility enabling them to leverage and deliver on the promises of the 4 D’s (Democratization of energy, Decarbonisation, Diversity, Digitalization). Carey will play a key role at a time when utilities are working to become more agile and gain real value from their data. His experience in helping companies transform and simplify complex technology environments will generate a lot of value for our customers in the region.”