BURR RIDGE, Ill., April 19, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Wireless Information Networks (WIN), a leading distributed antenna systems (DAS) and smart building integrator, announced Heidi Coffey's appointment as director of business development. Based on the West Coast, Coffey will provide local support for contacts in key vertical markets — healthcare, hospitality, suburban and urban development, education, and new construction — who would benefit from in-building connectivity solutions.
Coffey brings 19 years of experience in wireless communication sales, with nearly six years dedicated to DAS and small cell solutions. During this time, she collaborated with engineering, system performance, project management, construction and OEM teams to provide full turnkey services regarding carrier and public-safety in-building wireless solutions to the Tier 1 carrier and enterprise markets.
Prior to her DAS experience, she successfully developed, grew and managed wireless infrastructure equipment, repair program and field service sales nationally within a top Tier 1 carrier account.
"Coffey's business development expertise is vital to the strategic expansion of WIN's presence, particularly on the West Coast," said Thomas Crotty, the company's president and CEO. "I look forward to seeing our many opportunities come to fruition with her help."
About Wireless Information Networks
WIN is the nation's leading provider of indoor distributed antenna system (DAS) solutions for high-rises. For nearly 20 years, WIN has solved connectivity challenges for major mobile network carriers and enterprises up to 20,000 employees. They are experts at helping clients overcome radio frequency (RF) obstructions and customizing DAS solutions for enhanced cellular technologies. They are the only provider who offers a 100% guarantee of ubiquitous coverage in the segments they are hired to address. Learn more at winconnectivity.com
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