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Flash Networks Welcomes New Vice President of Worldwide Sales
Flash Networks today announced the appointment of Norman Tutnauer as the company’s new Vice President of Worldwide Sales.
Herzlia, Israel, January 23, 2008 – Flash Networks, a leading provider of mobile Internet Quality of Experience (QoE) solutions, today announced the appointment of Norman Tutnauer as the company’s new Vice President of Worldwide Sales.
Another step in Flash Networks’ expanding worldwide market presence, Tutnauer brings over 20 years of experience in the telecommunications industry after working for leading OSS/BSS companies such as TTI (Team Telecom International Ltd.) (NASDAQ:TTIL), and FTS, formerly Formula Telecom Solutions Limited (LSE: FTS).
A seasoned professional, Tutnauer brings to Flash Networks extensive expertise in expanding sales forces internationally, formulating of sales and marketing initiatives and fostering and managing long term global customer relationships.
“The addition of Norman Tutnauer to our senior management team adds the kind of leadership that will bring our growing company to the next level,” says Liam Galin, President and CEO of Flash Networks. “His career illustrates a proven ability to expand global presence while driving sustained profitable growth. We’re thrilled to have Norman on board.”
About Flash Networks
Flash Networks is a leading provider of quality-of-experience (QoE) solutions that accelerate mobile Internet adoption by empowering a fast, adaptive, safe, and personalized user experience. Flash’s innovative QoE platforms harmonize network infrastructure for lower capital and operating expenses while enabling the rapid introduction of revenue-generating mobile Internet services. With offices in Europe and North America, Flash Networks serves a growing installed base of over 40 top-tier mobile carriers worldwide such as T-Mobile, Vodafone and Orange.