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Speakerbus names Dave Hurford VP, global channel management

28 January 2014  |  771 views  |  0 Source: Speakerbus

Speakerbus, a pioneer in collaborative voice management solutions, today announced the appointment of Dave Hurford as VP Global Channel Management. He will report directly to Kevin Acott, Speakerbus' new Group Sales Director.

"It's a great time to be joining the Speakerbus team. The firm has a portfolio of relevant technologies and solutions that match the exacting needs of today's global markets. Clearly, our success in delivery is extended and significantly enhanced by strong collaboration with our global partner network. To win new business and to build trust amongst our international customer base, it is essential that we can demonstrate that we have a robust, direct and indirect, global sales and support capability in place. We already have a number of established long term relationships and my focus is to ensure they continue to be well served by us as well as establishing new relationships in the emerging markets." Said Dave Hurford.

With over 30 years' experience in the telecommunications space, with a primary focus on the Financial Markets, Dave has a proven background in managing international channel relationships. Before joining Speakerbus he was Director Partner Program for IPC.

Kevin Acott, Group Head of Sales, said "It is great to get Dave onboard to bring his experience to our existing partner program. Speakerbus has a great global presence, which covers many markets and our partner program further strengthens this." 

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