Voxbone, a successful company providing geographical and toll free numbers that aid voice communications providers in expanding their services, recently announced that its customer usage topped the three billion minute mark for the first time in its history. Because of this new-found success, the company announced yesterday that its 2012 operational performance had actually exceeded every single key objective that was set out for its growth trajectory. The company also said that it expects the usage minutes and other growth keys to hit brand new levels year after year.
Along with the announcement that the company is seeing unprecedented success, there were also announcements that the front office of the corporation had seen a little bit of reshuffling with some key people moving up in the ranks. Among the moves was the handing over the day to day operations of the company from CEO Rod Ullens to former chief commercial officer Itay Rosenfeld. Rosenfeld came aboard Voxbone (News - Alert) just over a year ago and will now technically take on the new title of CEO. Ullens will remain with the company as Chairman of the Board and a key strategic adviser to Rosenfeld.
Co-founder of Voxbone and former CTO, Francois Struman has also handed a great deal of his duties over to Dick Hermans, who previously served as the VP of Research and Development as well as Gaetan Brichet who was the company's COO in 2012. Struman will also remain with the company as a strategic adviser.
“It has been almost eight years since I co-founded Voxbone with François Struman. Over the years, our startup has turned into a successful 85-person company with a unique service, a strong brand, key customers and tremendous potential,” Ullens said in a statement announcing the changes at the top of the company.
The company has made its success by offering up a variety of different services such as global call enablers such as VoxTRUNK and VoxCOMMAND. One of its newest services, VoxOUT offers enterprise companies the ability to make calls to local emergency services from a whole host of countries using one central interconnection.
Edited by Brooke Neuman