Israel-based MCE Systems Ltd., which has a North American office in Dallas, has appointed Jim Hudak, a former senior Microsoft exec with a focus on mobility, IoT, and AI at Microsoft, to the MCE advisory board.
MCE is a global leader in digital device lifecycle management (dDLM) for mobile and IoT devices.
“Jim is a consummate professional whose keen insight into AI and business will help lead MCE as it grows strategically,” Yuval Blumental, MCE co-founder and CEO said in a statement. “We really see Jim’s capabilities in developing revenue-accelerating partnerships and advising MCE on key expansion areas. By appointing Jim to the MCE advisory board, we are continuing our tradition of gaining leading business expertise to support our mission of providing disruptive digital transformation solutions to the telco industry ecosystem.”
Hudak joins a group of world-renown MCE advisory board members, including Dr. Il-ung (IU) Kim (former president of SK Telecom), Mike Sutcliff (former Accenture Digital Group CEO), Scott Rice (former Sprint CIO), Teresa Ostapower (former AT&T SVP technology transformation), and John Elliott (former McKinsey partner), who was announced earlier this week.
MCE said that Hudak is a proven senior executive with a successful history of structuring, managing, and leading sales, business development and partnership programs. His experience includes industries such as energy, the federal government (U.S.), healthcare, industrial (discrete and process manufacturing), retail/CPG, service provider/telco, smart city/building/home, transportation, and logistics.
“It is a privilege to be appointed to MCE’s advisory board at a time when we are seeing exponential growth in adopting digital-first customer experience transformations,” Hudak said in a statement. “The pandemic advanced the demand for digital solutions and MCE has found a way to digitize Device Lifecycle Management through an innovative platform that puts intelligence in the hands of the users to solve device-related requests quickly. This has created a great opportunity for telco companies to accelerate digital transformation for device-related journeys to improve CX, costs to serve and revenues.”
Most recently, Hudak was with Microsoft and Accenture.
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