VoIP provider Vitelity just appointed its new Vice President of Strategic Initiatives. Bringing 25 years of IT industry experience, Kerry Garrison (News - Alert) will now fulfill the role and will develop strategic initiatives for education, support, sales and marketing.
Garrison is a renowned IP PBX (News - Alert) expert, having authored two books on the open-source IP PBX project and trixbox CE, as well as the IP PBX platform for Windows, 3CX. Aside from his authorship, Garrison’s experience with Fonality (News - Alert) as the trixbox community director will be an asset to Vitelity.
“Kerry brings energy, a diverse background, leadership and unique perspective to our business, and we are thrilled to have him join the team,” said Chris Hall, CEO of Vitelity.
Garrison has said he is eager to work with Vitelity’s team of experts and feels Vitelity is “one of a kind.”
“This is an exciting time for us all. Vitelity brings value to companies and it just seems to get better over time,” he said in the press release.
Vitelity has had a busy year thus far in VoIP headlines.
The company was a participant at TMCnet’s ITEXPO East this past winter as a promotional sponsor. This marked Vitelity’s fifth year participating at ITEXPO (News - Alert).
Vitelity offered a preview into its new V3 customer platform, designed to enhance the overall customer experience with its many new features and reporting tools. The company also showcased its new corporate look.
Their Direct Inward Dialing (DID) Calling, launched earlier this year, has provided for businesses and individuals the ability to create a virtual presence in a number of major foreign cities.
“Vitelity once again raises the bar for wholesale VoIP with our new international DID service. Vitelity already offers more services than all of our competitors combined; this new product gives our customers the advantage when competing in their respective markets. As an added incentive, we are offering reduced introductory rates to allow our customers to take advantage of this great service,” said Scott Navratil, Vitelity VP of Sales and Marketing.
Edited by Jennifer Russell