Lake Elsinore, CA, December 15, 2022 — McapMediaWire — IGEN Networks Corporation (OTC: IGEN) (CSE: IGN), a leading innovator of Internet of Things (IoT) solutions for the consumer automotive, supply-chain, and commercial fleet industries, today announced the appointment of Juan Ignacio Avila Diaz Rubin as Chief Technology Officer.
Juan Ignacio Avila Diaz Rubin is the founding partner of Prolog, a global leader and provider of logistics and supply -chain management solutions to over 1200 clients, 80 distribution centers and warehouses with over 250,000 commercial vehicles under management. Mr. Avila has provided his leadership on more than 300 large-scale supply-chain and logistics projects over the past 30 years on three continents. Amongst these projects requiring complex logistics solutions and a compelling ROI were organizations that included Walmart, Eli Lilly, Merck A.G., Carrefour, Ford Motor Company, Glaxo (GSK), and GNP Mexico’s second largest insurer.
Neil G. Chan, CEO of IGEN stated, “Juan and I have worked together over the past 12 years. His passion for technology and creating solutions to solve complex problems are unparalleled in the industry. With his technical leadership skills and experiences, IGEN is uniquely positioned to offer a broad portfolio of consultancy services in addition to full turnkey solutions to some of the largest organizations in the US”.
About IGEN Networks Corporation
IGEN Networks Corporation creates software and consultancy services for the consumer automotive, supply-chain, and commercial fleet industries. IGEN is a fully reporting company in both Canada and the United States. It is publicly traded on the OTC Markets under the symbol IGEN, and listed on the CSE under the symbol IGN. For more information, please visit: www.igennetworks.net
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