Oqo Inc., maker of what is said to be the world’s smallest fully-functional Windows XP computer, named Bob Rosin senior vice president of marketing and alliances and named Fred Bowes vice president of worldwide sales. These two appointments were made to help the company position itself for rapid growth in the ultra-mobile PC (UMPC) market.
Rosin joined Oqo in 2002 as senior vice president of business development. In his new position, Rosin will lead all marketing programs in the rapidly evolving UMPC-Pro marketplace, including product management, product marketing, marketing communication, and demand generation.
Fred Bowes has more than 21 years of executive sales and general management experience. Prior to joining Oqo, Bowes worked for 7 years at Dell, where he drove over a billion dollars in sales for Dell’s Public and France divisions. Most recently, Bowes served as general manager of Dell's five-country Southern Cone territory (Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Paraguay, and Uruguay), where he doubled revenues and achieved triple digit profit growth within 2 years.
Oqo (San Francisco, California, U.S.) designed its model 01+ to be a full-featured Windows XP computer giving mobile professionals productivity that fulfills their professional and personal requirements without the compromises associated with laptops and other mobile computing devices.
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