bobbi_holteKitchener, ON – January 8, 2015 – Miovision, a company that develops technologies for cities to improve the driving experience, is excited to announce that Bobbi Holte has joined the company as CFO. Bobbi began her work with Miovision in November 2014, but has known the company since its early days as a start-up at the Accelerator Centre in 2007.

Bobbi brings 20+ years of experience in leading internal operations, financial and key strategic corporate initiatives in the high-tech sector. She has held executive positions with a number of companies in Waterloo Region including Fongo, LiveHive Systems and Maplesoft. She was also involved in a leadership capacity with the creation, operations and programming at the Accelerator Centre in its start-up phase . Most notably, Bobbi led the finance and administration functions of Dspfactory from initial commercialization and was a key member of the team responsible for negotiating the company’s sale to AMI Semiconductor (now ON Semiconductor) in 2004. Bobbi is currently a member of the Board of Directors of the Accelerator Centre.

“We’re very excited with Bobbi’s addition to the team,” says Miovision CEO Kurtis McBride. “She’s a great example of how Miovision continues to strategically hire high-performance talent who are invigorated by huge challenges that have global impacts.”

“As we grow, we are building a culture of empowerment and are recruiting only the best and brightest to join the team. Super talented people make super talented teams. Super talented teams make super talented companies.”

About Miovision

Miovision Technologies, based in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, is an innovative and successful technology company that develops intelligent solutions to address the challenges facing today’s global transportation networks. With an office in Cologne Germany and customers in over 35 countries around the world, Miovision has experienced significant year-over-year growth, which has been recognized by Deloitte in 2013 and 2014 on their Fast 50 and Fast 500 lists. For additional information, visit


Cam Davies