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MegaPath is expanding Dan Foster‘s role as president of business markets to include chief operating officer, charged with day-to-day management and leadership of the company, and full profit-and-loss responsibilities.
Foster rejoined MegaPath last summer after leaving the company in February 2015 when it sold its managed services division. Prior to returning, he was the chief revenue officer at Tuul, a startup that built a product for mobile messaging workflow.
“This is an exciting time for MegaPath as we continue to offer enhanced cloud communications and networking solutions to meet the demands of our partners and customers,” said Craig Young, MegaPath’s chairman and CEO. “Dan has played an integral role in growing the company’s service portfolio and building critical business relationships that have fostered respect within the industry. We are thrilled for him to lead the sales, marketing and operational organizations as we continue to roll out valuable, integrated solutions.”
Foster has served in several leadership roles at MegaPath. As president of business markets, he was responsible for the strategic direction and management of MegaPath’s North American direct and indirect sales and marketing organization, and driving the company’s product innovation and growth initiatives. These include the go-to-market strategy of: MegaPath’s Hosted Voice service; MegaPath One, the company’s UC offering; and the development of MegaPath’s SD-WAN offerings for enterprise and SMB customers, to name a few.
Foster’s role will expand to include oversight of customer care, service delivery, business processes and technology, and product development.