Connected car services company, Airbiquity, has announced the addition of three full-time Japanese personnel to its Tokyo office, demonstrating the company’s commitment to meeting the expanding country, regional, and global needs of Asia Pacific based customers.
Joining Airbiquity are Rikiya Hashimoto, Director of Sales; Yasuo Omori, Account Manager; and Tatsuya Gamo, Technical Program Manager. All three individuals come with extensive sales, engineering, technology integration, and program management experience and add an understanding of Asia Pacific and Japanese cultural, native language, and automotive industry specific needs.
“The connected car market continues to grow across the globe, especially in Asia Pacific where drivers are increasingly eager to embrace new in-car technologies and China has become the world’s largest automotive market,” said David Jumpa, Chief Revenue Officer of Airbiquity.
He added “Airbiquity will continue to increase capacity to serve our automotive customers and tier one suppliers based in Japan, China, and Korea. We are very excited to bring these talented individuals on board to further strengthen our customer deployments and relationships.”
Hashimoto, Omori, and Gamo will be based in Airbiquity’s Tokyo, Japan office. They join a global team of professionals supporting Airbiquity’s business working in the Seattle, USA Headquarters as well as Detroit, USA; London, UK; Beijing, China; and Shanghai, China field offices.