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CMS Hires Sprint Sales Veteran to Lead Partner Management

By Khali Henderson
June 17, 2013 - News

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Master agency Communication Management Services (CMS) announced Monday that it has hired Sprint veteran Tiffany Wolf as director of partner management.

Wolf spent the past 14 years at Sprint. Most recently, she spent a year as an indirect business development manager, working with Sprint's business partners, including CMS. Prior to that she spent more than 12 years as a global account manager, working in different markets, including San Jose, Calif., Seattle and Phoenix.

In her new role at CMS, Wolf will work with CMS partners and suppliers on go-to-market strategies. In addition, she will leverage her years of experience serving midmarket and enterprise companies to build relationships with strategic partners that are focused on high-end opportunities that include wireline, wireless, cloud and lifecycle management. She will be based in Phoenix.

Wolf told Channel Partners that she has enjoyed working with the indirect channel due to its diversity. "I loved it. It's very dynamic – from cloud to complex WAN to small business. It's a melting pot of opportunity," she said.

“Tiffany is a highly respected individual and brings incredible strength to our team," said CMS President Mike Saxby. "Her knowledge of both direct and indirect, combined with experience in wireline, mobility, and cloud makes her exceptionally unique."

Based in San Diego, CMS offers voice, data, internet, managed mobility solutions, cloud, CPE and conferencing solutions from leading providers.

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