MUNDELEIN, Ill., Aug. 24, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Utopia Global, Inc., a leading provider of enterprise data solutions, announced that Marty Gilbert has joined the company as Vice President of Marketing. Marty will be responsible for developing Utopia's global marketing efforts which include lead generation campaigns, digital marketing initiatives, company branding, new product launches, public relations and channel partner programs with companies such as SAP.
"The addition of Marty Gilbert to our leadership team provides Utopia with a big boost in creating greater awareness for the value of our master data governance, data migration, data quality and enterprise asset management solutions. Marty has an impressive track record of implementing online and offline marketing programs that drive new sales opportunities. He's a great complement to our growth plans," says Arvind Singh, Utopia CEO.
Marty brings over 30 years of marketing experience in the B2B technology space. Most recently he was Vice President of Global Marketing for Vision Solutions, a software and IT services company in the data industry. Marty's data background also includes a role as Chief Operating Officer for STATS Inc., a sports data and analytics firm that delivers real-time content to major TV networks. He spent 18 years with Motorola Inc., where he helped bring several cellular, mobile data and RFID technologies into the marketplace through leadership positions he held in marketing, sales and product management. Additionally, Marty's career includes 20 years of international experience along with expatriate assignments in Japan and Hong Kong. His education includes an MBA from Loyola University and a BS from Miami (Ohio) University.
"Utopia delivers an industry-leading portfolio of data solutions and I'm very excited to be a part of their future. Our software and services capabilities enable our clients to maintain high quality data so that critical business decisions are founded on real-time, accurate information. I look forward to building upon Utopia's strong reputation," noted Marty.