Sensera Systems Promotes Carrie Hunter to VP of Business Development

Sensera Systems, Inc., the market leader in all-in-one compact-solar site cameras, today announced the promotion of Carrie to Vice President Business Development. Based out of the company's corporate headquarters in Golden, Colorado, Hunter is a highly valued and proven leader in the sales management and business development activities of the organization.

Hunter has over 25 years of experience in sales, management, and training for companies ranging from tech startups to Fortune 100 companies with international reach in the construction, textile, and communications industries. Hunter has spent the last 20 years in senior leadership positions focused on technology in the communications and construction industries. Hunter joined Sensera Systems shortly after inception and has led the way in growing the company from a tech start-up, to one of the leading manufacturers in solar-powered battery cameras.

"When I accepted a position with Sensera Systems 7.5 years ago, we were a very small, very new startup company with a cutting-edge product and lofty ambitions of shaking up the industry. Today we are a market leader that has successfully grown that cutting-edge product into a full suite of products and services. Working over the years to help build the company to where it is, has been one of my proudest achievements. I am honored to be a part of a team that has helped shape how technology is used on construction sites and to be ushering in a new era of construction technology. At Sensera Systems, partnerships are such an integral piece of how we do business and I look forward to continuing to strengthen and foster those relationships while taking on this new role," said Carrie Hunter, Vice President Business Development, Sensera Systems. "Building new opportunities and new partnerships for Sensera while helping drive innovation within our company will be a focus of mine and vital to our growth."

"Sensera Systems has continued to experience impressive growth year-over-year, thanks in large part to Carrie's deep industry experience and passion for construction technology adoption," said Rob Garber, CEO, Sensera Systems. "We are seeing leading GC's across the industry embrace the value real-time remote monitoring solutions bring in helping improve productivity, safety and risk, site security, and winning business. This greatly deserved promotion and continued team growth demonstrate a commitment to expanding our organization with experienced, skilled, and knowledgeable team members and we will continue to invest in our sales, marketing, and engineering resources as we broaden our SiteCloud platform."

About Sensera SystemsSensera Systems is the market leader in affordable, easy-to-deploy solar cameras. Our professional solutions are purpose-built for the rigors of construction job sites, both large and small. With thousands of projects deployed across North America, our solar/wireless solutions help project stakeholders stay informed and remotely manage their LEM, logistics, risk, and safety from any location, in real time. Securely managed from a single platform, our solutions provide the most reliable and cost-effective visual documentation in the industry, all in a hassle-free package that is easy to set up and use within minutes.

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