Tim Adams is founder of SignalSure, a Wi-Fi solutions company focused on creating powerful connected experiences with users. SignalSure understands the explosive growth in new applications for Wi-Fi everywhere and helps customers understand how to plan and use their wireless infrastructure to do more.
Tim Adams was previously co-founder and Principal at Netvious, a mobility infrastructure provider. Clients include Plano Independent School District, the Boy Scouts of America, the University of Texas System and Fellowship Church, one of the largest churches in America.
Mr. Adams brings nearly twenty years of expertise in technology and complex solutions sales experience. He is the founder of iTelesource, an enterprise demand generation company that helped over 80 companies execute target messaging to grow top line revenue and meets objectives. From startups to the Fortune 500, iTelsource developed into a successful firm securing major accounts in companies such as Equifax, Qwest, HID Global, Webroot, and NFPA. Prior to that, he was a regional account manager for The Telvista Company specializing in account development with a diverse group of companies, including telecommunications, retail, and IT firms.
Mr. Adams has always been passionate about technology and was the youngest network administrator to manage a multi-site ATM to the desktop network at just 18 years old. A published thought leader and expert in solution sales marketing, Tim closed his first million-dollar account while still in high school. He has been published in a variety of business magazines and e-zines, notably RainToday.com.
With SignalSure, Mr. Adams combines his love of technology with his passion for effectively solving business problems. Wireless and mobility solutions are shifting the way we live and Mr. Adams thrives on being involved in this game-changing market.
I love creating new ideas to existing problems and finding ways to bring them to market.
Created several startups of which two have been acquired. Consulted in marketing and sales for nearly 80 other companies, many in startup or early stages.