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This hire further positions Virsae for growth and leadership in the Contact Center and Monitoring space, delivering applications and services to enhance the customer experience
SAN JOSE, Calif., June 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Virsae, a wholly owned subsidiary of Agile, announced today that it has hired John DeLozier, former Senior Vice President of Sales at Arrow S3, to lead its North American business practice. The move marks a significant investment in the continued growth of its presence not only globally, but specifically in the North American market place.
"DeLozier will provide Virsae with strong direction and a forward-thinking approach to its sales and marketing initiatives in North America," says Tony Jayne, president and CEO of Virsae. "His proven track record, insight and experience in the industry will help Virsae advance its strategic direction and support the company's leading position in the telecommunications industry.
DeLozier has worked alongside Agile/Virsae, utilizing their unique value proposition and applications, for the last 20 years, at ACT, Cross Telecom, and Arrow S3. "I chose Virsae largely due to its rich heritage in the contact center and UC monitoring space, stellar reputation in North America amongst technology partners, and its unique applications that are changing the way companies do business," said DeLozier.
Virsae develops advanced monitoring and analysis solutions for Unified Communication and a new multi-modal contact center, built on a SIP architecture that integrates the wider enterprise, independent of the UC platform, either on premise or in the cloud. The people behind Virsae bring vast amounts of experience in delivering UC and contact center software solutions to a global market.
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