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Comings and Goings: Vonage Makes Board of Directors Appointment

July 16, 2020

By Maurice Nagle, Web Editor

The current WFH world is spurring a hotbed of cloud communications activity – to say interest is piqued would be a vast understatement. And for a communications provider like Vonage the iron is hot and it is striking. From enabling healthy meal delivery and adding telecom partners, to appointing a new CEO, Vonage has been quite the busy bee.

Today, Vonage announced the appointment of Tien Tzuo to the Board of Directors as an independent director. In adding Tzuo to the board, Vonage is introducing a wealth of SaaS industry knowledge.

Mr. Tzuo noted, "Having seen the growth of the Subscription Economy over the last decade, I believe Vonage has a unique opportunity to revolutionize communications for business and I look forward to providing my guidance as it continues to grow as a SaaS company."  

A pioneer in SaaS, Tzuo is the Founder, Chairman and CEO of Zuora an enterprise software company that has served as a key enabler of the subscription model, as it assists organizations in rolling out and managing subscription based services.

Rory Read, Vonage CEO explained, "Tien joins the Vonage Board at an exciting time. We are just at the beginning of a huge market-wide communications revolution as the need for businesses to accelerate their digital transformation through communications gains momentum. Tien's extensive experience driving innovation and scaling high-growth SaaS companies will prove invaluable as we continue to advance our communications platform to help businesses through their digital transformation journeys."

Only time will tell what’s next for Vonage, but know I have a gut feeling it won’t be long before the cloud communications provider ends up in the news again.

Are your communications in the cloud, yet?

Edited by Maurice Nagle



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