NoteVault, a provider of voice-to-text-based mobile reporting solutions for the commercial construction industry, announced the hiring of two executives. Jeremy Foster joins the company as its chief marketing officer, and John Roshala is taking on the vice president of sales position at the company.

Foster joins NoteVault after running group-level initiatives for eight years at global technology giant Ericsson. Previous to that, he worked for Vodafone New Zealand for five years in a wide range of sales and marketing leadership roles. In addition, Foster has worked with NoteVault as an adviser to the CEO for over eight years, the company said.

Accordng to NoteVault, Roshala comes to the company after serving as executive vice president of sales at National Powersport Auctions for more than four years. He was responsible for the revenue generation and overall management of numerous business segments, including, lending institutions for repossession liquidation, dealer consignments, OEM and factory liquidation, and multiple strategic partnerships. Roshala’s career also included stints at XO Communications, where he served as the company’s general manager, and as vice president of sales for Anonymizer.

“John and Jeremy bring more than 40 years of high-tech, sales and marketing experience to our company,” said NoteVault’s CEO, Peter Lasensky. “They have been at the forefront of helping rapidly growing organizations like ours continue their strong growth projections…”