DMI Names Larry Silver VP of Business Development, Federal Mobility

Larry Silver, Vice President of Business Development, Federal Mobility at DMI

Larry Silver, Vice President of Business Development, Federal Mobility at DMI

DMI, a leading provider of mobile enterprise and big data solutions and services, has appointed Larry Silver as Vice President of Business Development, Federal Mobility. In this role, Silver will further the company’s growth by leveraging his relationships with various government agencies to familiarize the public sector with DMI’s full suite of mobile enterprise solutions and services. Silver will also focus on developing integration strategies and counseling government partners on how to efficiently, effectively and securely migrate and manage their mobility infrastructures.

“As the largest provider of mobility services to the federal government, we want to ensure that our current and potential government partners understand our growing capabilities and we’re confident Larry will help bridge that gap,” said Jay Sunny Bajaj, DMI founder and CEO.  “Over the past few decades, Larry has cultivated relationships with top government officials and his experience in the wireless communications industry, a pre-cursor to today’s mobile industry, makes him an invaluable asset to our highly motivated team.”

Silver has more than 30 years of senior management and government sales experience at several top wireless communications companies including AT&T, a Microsoft-Qualcomm joint venture and Federal Data. Prior to joining DMI, Silver was the director of U.S. government sales at BlackBerry. During his tenure at BlackBerry, he led BlackBerry into almost every federal agency, significantly increasing company revenue, and helping to secure worldwide contracts with Fortune 100 companies.

“In today’s expanding landscape of mobility solutions, it is more important than ever that agencies and enterprises alike centralize and effectively manage their mobile environments. As one of the top leaders in the federal mobility industry, DMI has had great success positioning themselves as the primary contractor of mobility services for the federal government,” said Larry Silver, Vice President of Business Development, Federal Mobility at DMI. “I look forward to leveraging my relationships in the public sector and showing the company’s diverse array of enterprise mobility services and solutions as well as assisting current and potential clients with mobility initiatives that save time and money.”

 

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