CalAmp Appoints Enterprise Software Marketing Expert Mark Gaydos as CMO

IRVINE, Calif., January 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — CalAmp (Nasdaq: CAMP), a connected intelligence company that helps businesses and individuals track, monitor and recover vital assets with real-time visibility and insights, today announced the appointment of Marc Gaydos as Chief Marketing Officer (CMO). Gaydos will lead CalAmp’s global marketing strategy, go-to-market execution, branding and demand creation to help drive CalAmp’s mission to automate and optimize transportation operations and of logistics thanks to its wide range of cutting-edge connected intelligence solutions.

Gaydos brings over 25 years of enterprise software marketing experience, helping many technology companies establish leadership positions in new and established markets to drive strong revenue growth. Gaydos previously served as CMO at Nlyte Software, where he was responsible for global corporate marketing, sales development, brand strategy and lead generation, as well as digital and product marketing. His efforts have resulted in significant revenue growth and the establishment of Nlyte as the undisputed leader in data center infrastructure management. Prior to Nlyte, he served as Senior Vice President of Marketing at Engine Yard, a leading provider of cloud platform application solutions, where he led marketing strategy and demand generation for successfully build market awareness. Gaydos has also held product marketing positions at major enterprise software companies, including Oracle and SAP America.

“Mark’s proven product marketing leadership, demand generation expertise, and deep understanding of enterprise software and technology companies will be extremely valuable to CalAmp as we continue our transformation into a leading software provider as a as a service (SaaS),” said Jeff Gardner, CEO of CalAmp. “I look forward to having him join our team as he helps us expand our global marketing efforts and outbound customer targeting programs to strengthen our brand and value propositions.”

“It’s an exciting time to join the CalAmp team,” said Gaydos. “With the growing need for transportation and logistics companies to establish cloud-connected operations, CalAmp is well positioned to capitalize on this growing opportunity with its integrated platform and growing suite of powerful software solutions. They have established relationships with large corporations and have also recently pursued significant market expansion opportunities in various international regions My background and extensive marketing experience aligns well with CalAmp’s long-term growth goals, and I look forward to playing a key role in the continued success of the company.

Gaydos holds an MBA in Management Science from San Diego State University and a BA in Economics University of California, Santa Barbara.

About CalAmp
CalAmp (Nasdaq: CAMP) is a connected intelligence company that helps people and businesses work smarter. We partner with the transportation and logistics, industrial equipment, government, and automotive industries to provide insights that empower businesses to make the right decisions. Our smart apps, platforms and devices allow them to track, monitor and recover their vital assets with real-time visibility that reduces costs, maximizes productivity and improves safety. Based at Irvine, California, CalAmp has been publicly traded since 1983. We have one million software and services subscribers and more than 20 million products installed worldwide. For more information, visit calamp.comWhere LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Youtube Where CalAmp Blog.

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