Darr Joins SeaWave&Rydex

Monday, April 17, 2006
SeaWave&Rydex said that Thomas Darr was appointed Senior Account Executive for the Americas. Located in Virginia Beach, Va., Mr. Darr is responsible for selling the entire SeaWave&Rydex product portfolio, which includes the SeaWave Integrator, its fully integrated voice, data and remote management platform, the NavSeries voice and data system with built in satellite, GPS and GSM/GPRS/EDGE, the software-only rmx2 email/data solution as well as their pre-paid crew product SMSCrewMail. Other services include IT from shore, STAR vessel tracking, Notice of Arrival/Departure (NOAD/WETREP), full color weather and the mySeaWave Web Portal. “We are pleased to have Tom assume the role and responsibilities as Senior Account Executive for the Americas,” said Timothy Green, manager of sales: Americas for SeaWave&Rydex. “Tom has served the marine industry for the past 12 years and brings to SeaWave&Rydex the product-to-market experience that will help contribute to the company’s growth both within the US and the Americas.” Prior to joining SeaWave&Rydex, Darr has worked extensively in the ship repair industry, representing shipyards in the US and abroad. Mr. Darr is a graduate of the United States Merchant Marine Academy. “I am very excited to join SeaWave&Rydex,” said Darr. “SeaWave&Rydex have built an unparalleled portfolio of communications solutions and I look forward to contributing to our continued growth throughout the Americas.”
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