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Fearghal MacGowan joins SmartWitness leadership team

SmartWitness has appointed Fearghal MacGowan as managing director of EMEA.

In his new role, he will be responsible for the development of the SmartWitness EMEA and to grow the SmartWitness channel engagement strategy of the business.  

MacGowan joins SmartWitness with previous enterprise experience having worked with companies like Oracle, Cisco, and Huawei, along with growth stage company experience from two companies which he founded and later sold.

His deep understanding of technology paired with his extensive knowledge of the channel partner ecosystem will aid in the rapid growth of the SmartWitness footprint throughout the region, it said.  

SmartWitness vice president, Aaron Kim, said: “We are very excited to add Fearghal MacGowan to our leadership team.

“We believe that he will bring a fresh viewpoint to the organization and his customer-centric approach aligns well with our core values.

“I expect to see rapid expansion throughout EMEA with his contributions.”  

With the addition of MacGowan to the team, managing director and co-founder, Paul Singh, will be stepping down from his position to pursue other ventures.

Singh is passionate about the end customer experience and will engage with SmartWitness by providing voice of the customer feedback to help guide development and programs.  

SmartWitness designs, manufactures and supplies in-vehicle cameras, recorders, and software.

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