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SensorThink, A Tompkins International Company, Introduces Vice President Of Engineering

SensorThink, a Tompkins International company, is proud to introduce Tom Martin as Vice President of Engineering.  SensorThink is an IoT platform, application suite and analytics engine built for industrial environments in the Digital Age.

Martin has over 25 years of development experience building high performance global teams focused on customer success.  As Vice President of Engineering he leads SensorThink’s software development team.  Martin is implementing a cutting-edge digital platform that combines IoT, automation and data analytics to deliver next-generation solutions to the warehousing and distribution industries.

Before joining SensorThink, Martin was Vice President of Services at Augmentum, responsible for the Eastern U.S. Region. In this role he led multiple develop teams, creating innovative products and solutions across healthcare, telecommunication, transportation, and logistics across many different environments.

Also, as Vice President of Engineering and Chief Architect for Vitria’s BusinessWare EAI platform he helped pioneer the application integration space, giving Martin a clear understanding and deep knowledge of what is necessary in SensorThinks’ highly scalable platform and integration solutions.  He received his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from DePaul University.

“Tom’s expertise building successful software solutions for clients across multiple platforms is an essential benefit to SensorThink’s mission and adds a great depth of knowledge to our team,” stated Jim Tompkins, CEO, Tompkins International.

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