CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Clover Technologies Group, the global leader in the aftermarket lifecycle management of enterprise electronic assets, today announced that Bashar Nejdawi, a leading wireless industry executive, has been named Chief Executive Officer of the Company’s Global Wireless business unit. In this newly-created role, Mr. Nejdawi will be responsible for Clover’s rapidly growing global wireless device repair and aftermarket services business, including Clover Wireless and Valutech, and managing the business’ global operational footprint.
“With a career spanning more than 30 years, Bashar has a proven track record of leading wireless companies and managing complex global operations, and we are pleased to welcome him to our team,” said Jim Cerkleski, Chief Executive Officer of Clover. “Bashar brings the perfect combination of leadership capabilities and industry experience to help us excel in the rapidly evolving wireless industry. We look forward to leveraging his deep skill set and keen focus on customers’ needs to drive our continued development and delivery of quality products and services to our enterprise customers and end users.”
“I am thrilled to be joining Clover, the global leader in the repair and aftermarket services for mobile phones and devices and one of the fastest-growing vendors in the mobility industry,” said Mr. Nejdawi. “Clover’s commitment to innovation, its strong management team and culture, and its industry-leading position made this a very attractive move for me, and I am eager to bring my experience to Clover and help the Company meet its growth objectives.”
Mr. Nejdawi has over 30 years of leadership in the global telecommunications and mobility sectors, most recently as the Executive Vice President and President, North America Mobility at Ingram Micro. Prior to Ingram Micro, Mr. Nejdawi held several senior level leadership positions at Bright Point and Motorola, including Senior Vice President of Bright Point’s European Procurement, Sales and Marketing, where he managed a $1.5 billion distribution business across 14 European entities and oversaw a team of over 200 sales staff.
Mr. Nejdawi is a former member of the board of directors of CTIA, an international nonprofit membership organization that has represented the wireless communications industry since 1984. Mr. Nejdawi received a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from Greenwich University, an MBA from The Thunderbird School of Global Management, a Master’s Degree in Engineering Telecommunications from Southern Methodist University and a Doctorate of Management from Case Western Reserve University.
About Clover Technologies Group
Clover is the global leader in the aftermarket lifecycle management of enterprise electronic assets, including toner and ink cartridges, printer parts, wireless devices and telecommunications equipment. Clover was founded in 1996 and is backed by Golden Gate Capital. The complete line of Clover’s quality imaging suppliers is available through leading office products distributors and resellers and marketed under a variety of private label brands. Additionally, Clover offers a comprehensive portfolio of products and aftermarket services solutions for wireless devices to carriers, insurance companies and retailers. To learn more, visit www.clovertech.com, www.cloverwireless.com and www.valuout.com.