Kyle Bowker is the OnSolve’s new Chief Revenue Officer


OnSolve is basically a leading provider of worldwide Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) that is based on critical communication as well as collaboration solutions for government agencies and businesses globally. OnSolve announced today that Kyle Bowker has agreed to join them as the Chief Revenue Officer of their company. OnSolve will be leveraging the experience of Bowker to develop and execute successfully the go-to-market strategies for several industries and also scaling the high-performance sales operations for growing existing and new revenue opportunities.

Bowker was recently serving at the CA Technologies as Global Solutions’ Senior Vice President, where he was in charge of the strategy of go-to-market for the unit of agile management business, to enable the global transformations throughout the value stream, and enhancing revenue as well as a competitive advantage for some organizations in their particular industries. Before working for this role, Bowker often held positions of executive leadership for many enterprises technology firms such as RedPrairie, SAP America, Aptean, and PeopleSoft.

“Kyle joins OnSolve with more than three decades of executive leadership and management experience in the enterprise technology space, and has demonstrated a proven track record in helping firms gain a competitive advantage through organic and acquisition-based growth strategies,” said the president of OnSolve, Ann Pickren. “We look to Kyle as playing a pivotal role going forward as OnSolve extends its leadership position in delivering innovative, reliable critical communications solutions to every customer.”

“Joining OnSolve provides an opportunity to help a highly experienced and motivated team grow a company that was the pioneer in defining and building its industry,” added Kyle. “The need for solutions that provide necessary security and awareness to people and facilities is going to experience tremendous growth on a global scale and OnSolve has the solutions and customer base needed to truly own that market.”