BELLEVUE, WA--(Marketwired - Mar 18, 2014) - Hipcricket®, Inc. (
"Alan brings the right talents, experiences and leadership to this new role which will help to drive our future corporate direction and thought-leadership in the mobile advertising and marketing space," said Doug Stovall, chief operating officer at Hipcricket. "Our investment in this new position reflects the company's commitment to energize its marketing organization and ensure optimum positioning and packaging for its suite of mobile engagement solutions. We expect Alan's innovative thinking and vision will continue to enhance the growth and profitability of the company."
Prior to joining Hipcricket, Sultan was founder and president of marketing company Acuity Mobile, where he focused on the introduction of data and applied analytics to the mobile ecosystem. In 2009, he led the acquisition of Acuity Mobile by NAVTEQ, a Nokia company, and then served as general manager of enterprise mobile marketing solutions at Nokia.
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