GLOBALINX Hires, Promotes Sales Vets to Channel Positions
By Craig Galbraith
August 14, 2013 - News
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**Editor's Note: Click here to see which channel people were on the move in June and July.**

GLOBALINX's Jeremy KewinA whole lot of people are on the move at GLOBALINX, the next-generation voice and data provider.

GLOBALINX recently promoted Jeremy Kewin to the position of premier account manager. The company says Kewin has been an integral part of the advanced network services (ANS) team at GLOBALINX and brings strong technical and support backgrounds into his new position supporting agents and customers.

GLOBALINX's Kristine CaseKristine Case has been hired as senior manager of sales support. She comes to GLOBALINX with more than 16 years of industry experience from Global Crossing/Level 3. Most recently, she was director of pricing for wholesale service at Level 3, leading a team of analysts that supported more than 500 carrier customers and more than 200 sales managers. GLOBALINX says Case's broad background with customer support, pricing, product and analysis will be ideal in her new role.GLOBALINX's Ed Watson

Ed Watson has been promoted to director of agent sales. Before that, he was a regional sales director for GLOBALINX. His experience includes time at Frontier Communications/Global Crossing, managing both wholesale and agent teams, including roles as agent channel sales leader and channel director.

GLOBALINX's Scott MartinAnd that's not all. GLOBALINX also added Joe Mason and Scott Martin to its agent sales team. Mason brings more than 15 years of telecom industry experience to GLOBALINX; he will focus on growth and new business as a regional sales director for the western U.S. Martin will service the same role in the Northeast. He has 20 years of telecom experience.GLOBALINX's Joe Mason

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