Vistacom, Inc. Hires Unified Communications and Collaboration Manager, Strengthening Position in Market
Allentown, PA, March 30, 2017 ALLENTOWN, PA: Vistacom, a leading provider of collaborative communications solutions, announces that Scot Smith has joined the executive management team as Unified Communications and Collaboration (UC&C) Business Manager. Smith, a seasoned leader, brings a wealth of experience to the Vistacom team.
Prior to joining the Vistacom team Smith held various Product & Solutions Management, Marketing, Business Development and Sales Engineering roles with companies including Ericsson, Worldcom and Sprint Nextel. His experience throughout the communications landscape and across multiple industry verticals will help Vistacom develop and move the UC&C initiative forward.
“The ultimate goal is to continue delivering unparalleled value and satisfaction to our clients,” said Smith. “We’ll be working closer than ever with the industry’s leading technology and solution providers, constantly delivering innovative, new solutions with a keen eye on our clients ever changing operational needs.”
Jim Ferlino, President of Vistacom, stated, “Scot is a terrific addition to our management team, and brings a wealth of experience in strategic planning, national marketing, and sales execution. This is an exciting time for the company. Scot’s background and experience should help our company gain greater recognition and penetration in the marketplace.”
Vistacom was founded in 1954 for the development and sale of state-of-the-art sound and emergency alert systems, and has since grown into a premier collaborative solutions and control room integration firm. Vistacom’s certified engineers and experienced technicians combine the latest technologies in audio, video, communication, and control systems into a cohesive and manageable format to improve the quality and effectiveness of business communications. For more information visit www.vistacominc.com.
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