In order to accelerate software innovation for the safety of the public and commercial customers, Motorola Solutions have announced two new leaders- Alam Ali, from Tersai Corporation who is the vice President of record and evidence systems, and Iain McDonald, from Microsoft vice president of software deployment and integration. Both these leaders bring to the table, decades of experience in software development and deployment. The general manager and corporate vice president of Motorola Solutions, Andrew Sinclair said that it is essential to add new dimensions of software leadership in order to expand their portfolio and become a leader in software and services.

Alam Ali will lead a team that concentrates on the data serving as the foundation of Motorola’s software solutions, including the digital evidence management solution consisting of Si500 body worn camera and for the cloud based digital storage there is CommandCentral Vault. Ali has experience in data analytics platforms, large scale software systems development, machine learning, and search engine technologies. Ali has also helped Time’s media assets from going print to digital before his role at Tersai Corporation. He oversaw engineering for the company’s digital, print editorial, and publisher systems.

Iain McDonald will lead customer success and deployment services for all products in Motorola Solutions’ software portfolio, and will build the organization focusing on transitioning the customers to cloud. He has a track record of leading large scale software projects successfully and after he joined Microsoft, he spent much time on Windows, Exchange Server, and Skype, where he was a leader inengineering, project management, program management, and business operations.

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