Infinite Peripherals (IPC) has added mobile communications industry veteran Eric Nicolaisen to the newly created position of director, enterprise product management. At IPC, Nicolaisen will identify and develop new enterprise hardware and software solutions to offer customers and resellers innovative, turnkey enterprise mobility systems. He also will manage branding and marketing around these new solutions.
Coming to IPC from BlackBerry (Research in Motion), Nicolaisen spent 17 years in several different positions throughout the company, including technical services, enterprise and channel sales, enterprise operations and enterprise product management. Most recently, he was the senior director of enterprise product management, where he led activities related to the licensing and entitlement management infrastructure, as well as the licensing strategy for BlackBerry enterprise software solutions.
Previously, Nicolaisen was the senior director of enterprise operations, managing BlackBerry sales enablement team activities, developing global product positioning and training to support corporate and regional sales goals and creating internal and external sales messaging, sales tools and sales collateral to stimulate inside sales, field sales and reseller sales.
Nicolaisen lives with his wife and two children in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
The first company to mobilize iOS for enterprise, Infinite Peripherals, Inc. (IPC) is leading the mobility revolution with its enterprise mobility solutions, including the Linea Pro and Infinea Tab, which multiple major retailers in the United States have adopted to enhance customer engagement, increase conversion rates and build business. IPC’s NFC-enabled products simplify adoption of new contactless payments, such as Apple Pay, and its Infinea BluePad facilitates EMV payments with a contact chip smart card reader and PIN entry.
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