Bill GIll Joins Wyse as Vice President Sales, Western Canada

Wyse Meter Solutions Inc. is pleased to announce that Bill Gill has joined the company as Vice President Sales, Western Canada. In this dynamic role, he will lead Wyse’s efforts to deliver utility grade, “no cost” submetering solutions to new development and existing properties in the multi-residential and commercial markets.

Mr. Gill brings extraordinary talent and deep experience to Wyse with nearly 20 years of providing innovative product solutions to developers, builders and property management firms. He has consistently identified and focused exclusively on product solutions that add significant value to their business and positively contribute to our environment’s sustainability initiatives. His breadth of close industry relationships aligns with Wyse’s dedication to excellence, and he is actively involved in many major associations in Western Canada.

“We are delighted to welcome Bill and strengthen Wyse’s management team,” said Peter Mills, Co-CEO. “He is one of the few executives in the industry who effortlessly combines technology leadership, strategic visioning and client relationship management. Our Western-based clients will work with the right partner to help them navigate and simplify utility information, metering, and expense management, so net operating income (NOI) increases and residents enjoy superior services.”

“I look forward to supporting Wyse’s impressive record of achievement as Canada’s fastest-growing provider,” said Bill Gill, Vice President Sales, Western Canada. “I know what truly drives product and technology adoption.  It’s how well you connect with the passionate people you are trying to help and how well you listen and understand their needs.” 


Learn More:

Peter Mills, Co-CEO, Wyse Meter Solutions Inc.

E: pmills@wysemeter.com

C: 416.709.0079

Bill Gill, Vice President Sales, Western Canada, Wyse Meter Solutions Inc.

E: bgill@wysemeter.com

C: 604.868.8860

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