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In her new role, Young will be responsible for building the telecommunications provider’s multi-location customer base through partner relationships. With the recent launch of BullsEye’s augmented SD-WAN service, the company says it is seeing greater demand for its offerings nationwide and Young’s appointment “complements the launch of this solution.”
“Kathryn will be instrumental in developing new partner relationships in the Texas and surrounding markets to strengthen our presence in the channel and provide greater value for enterprise multi-location businesses in the area,” said Brian Babich, BullsEye’s vice president of channel sales. “More and more partners are coming to BullsEye for our diverse and evolved solution portfolio. Their clients may want to start working with a carrier that provides analog voice consolidation, but the next step in that evolution calls for conversion to VoIP services.”
Young brings more than 20 years of experience in account and agent management, holding various leadership positions and overseeing sales operations. Previous positions include senior vice president of operations at LAM Technology and director of connectivity solutions at DPSciences.
Earlier this month, BullsEye named Tom Tisko its chief operating officer.
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