iLOQ expands to the USA

iLOQ, a provider of digital access management solutions, will continue to fulfill its growth strategy by expanding to the USA.

Founded in Finland in 2003, iLOQ currently has sales offices in nine countries in Europe, the Middle East and Canada, as well as a global partner network. Starting operations in the USA will advance iLOQ’s growth strategy and open up a large new market for the company.

Joni Lampinen has been appointed General Manager, iLOQ USA, from the beginning of June and he will report to Heikki Hiltunen. His role is to build a local country organization as well as launch operations in the USA. He is also responsible for developing the Group’s business into new markets and business models.

“I am very excited about my new role; expansion is a very important part of our growth strategy,” explains Lampinen, who has previously served as CMO for iLOQ, and has been responsible for opening up new markets.

“iLOQ continues to grow in line with its strategy. We bring to new markets state-of-the-art digital- and mobile-based locking solutions that are flexible and reduce lifecycle costs. We wish Joni success in launching and expanding our operations in the USA and will immediately start the process to recruit a Chief Marketing Officer as his successor,” states Heikki Hiltunen, CEO of iLOQ.

More information

Heikki Hiltunen, President and CEO, e-mail: urvxxv.uvyghara@vybd.pbz

Joni Lampinen, Chief Marketing Officer, e-mail: wbav.ynzcvara@vybd.pbz

iLOQ in brief

iLOQ is a rapidly growing Finnish company that is leading the technological revolution in the digital locking industry. iLOQ transforms mechanical locks into digital and mobile access management. iLOQ solutions are based on technologies developed and patented by the company, enabling electronic and mobile locking without batteries or cables. iLOQ replaces mechanical and electromechanical locking systems with environmentally friendly solutions that solve the problems of lost or copied keys, reduce lock maintenance and minimize lifecycle costs.