Former Shaw Boss Ham Now GM at Omnitracs
DALLAS — Wireless technology veteran Michael Ham has been named by Omnitracs LLC as general manager and vice president of Omnitracs Canada.
According to the provider of fleet management systems, Ham will oversee the rollout and integration of Omnitracs’ technologies throughout the country.
He previously served as vice president at Shaw Communications, a diversified communications and media company serving 3.2 million customers.
“With over two decades of experience, working with more 700 customers firsthand, Ham thoroughly understands the challenges of the transportation industry and has been at the forefront of rapidly changing industry technologies,” said David Post, president and COO of Omnitracs. “We’re poised to expand throughout Canada and Ham has the experience needed to help us bring customers unmatched value by reducing operating costs and improving operational efficiencies.”
Having joined Shaw Communications in 1995, Ham held full profit and loss responsibility for Shaw’s Tracking division, a telematics provider to the Canadian transportation industry, and lead the division to become one of the top systems providers in the country, according to Omnitracs. Ham grew the division from US$1 million in annual revenue to over US$50 million.
Prior to working at Shaw Communications, Ham held positions with Rogers Communications and Motorola Solutions.
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