LoJack Corporation announced the appointment of William Duvall to executive vice president and chief technology officer and Thomas Camp to senior vice president and general manager international. These appointments, which follow the company's announcements of acquiring Canada's Boomerang Tracking, Inc. and receiving radio frequency rights in China, exemplify LoJack's developing of new global technologies and continuing the international expansion of its operations. Duvall, with more than 30 years experience in the consumer electronics industry and twenty years with LoJack, has headed both engineering and international business development for the company. He is an expert in managing relationships with engineers, partners, licensees, and law enforcement - strategic relationships that have helped LoJack become a leader in stolen vehicle recovery. As such, he will continue leading engineering and now also will be responsible for the following departments: new product development, supply chain management, and law enforcement and government relations. Duvall is positioned to help LoJack leverage its relationship with law enforcement and to lead in the development of new technologies and products that will enhance the process for tracking and recovery. Camp, whose credentials include a Juris Doctor (JD) degree from Boston College School of Law and a partnership at the Boston firm of Hutchins, Wheeler and Dittmar, along with a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Boston College School of Management and expertise in business development at both InfoSpace and Go2Net, joined LoJack in 2001. He was instrumental in negotiating LoJack's recent acquisition of Boomerang Tracking Inc., combining two brands with forward momentum. Building on his international experience and on the foundation of LoJack licensees, Camp will now work to increase LoJack's penetration in countries where operations already exist, and expand into other countries that offer opportunities for growth.

Originally posted on Fleet Financials