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Broadvoice Taps Former MicroCorp Partner Manager

**Editor’s Note: Click here to see which channel people were on the move in July.**

Broadvoice, the hosted voice and unified communications (UC) provider, on Thursday announced Tricia Cable as its new director of channel development. She’ll be tasked with supporting new and existing Broadvoice partners in the Southeast, and getting partners up to speed on the company’s expanding UC portfolio.

Broadvoice's Tricia CableCable has 25 years of industry experience, starting her telecommunications career at the U.K.-based Cable & Wireless on the direct sales side of the business. She’s been on the indirect side for the past 15 years, with stints at Nitel, Fusion, Telwares and PGi. Most recently, she spent three years at master agency MicroCorp, where she supported a select group of top producers and expanded her cloud knowledge.

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“Tricia’s wealth of experience and industry knowledge makes her a key addition to the Broadvoice family,” said Jim Murphy, Broadvoice CEO. “Continuing to attract and acquire industry veterans like Tricia shows our continued commitment to our existing channel partners, master agencies and overall rapidly expanding partner program.” 

“I am happy to have joined a team of very tenured and dynamic telecom professionals and I am thrilled to have the support of such an intelligent group of industry greats!” Cable said. “Broadvoice’s commitment to the channel, their partners and to the overall end user experience is certain to pave the road to success.”

Cable isn’t the only new key addition to the Broadvoice team. The company named George Mitsopoulos as its new chief operating officer. He joined Broadvoice in February following the acquisition of IKANO Communications, where he also served as COO.

Broadvoice’s partner program consists of agents and VARs. The company promises its agents sales engineering and technical support; sales/account management support; and fast provisioning and commission payouts. VARs get high commissions and a professional support team to guide them through every step of the sale, the company said.

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