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Ubiquita adds new sales and marketing director to team
Published on Tue, Oct 23, 2012 (9:33 a.m.)
Sales expert hired to support Ubiquita growth efforts.
Las Vegas, NV – October 17, 2012 – Ubiquita, an enterprise quality, intelligently integrated communication and IT services provider announced today it has hired Rhonda Rae as Sales and Marketing Director. The accomplished executive will help provide support for Ubiquita sales strategies.
Rhonda has over a decade of diverse experience in Sales and Operations Management with a focus on the telecom, business, and technology sectors.
Prior to joining Ubiquita, Rhonda was Manager, Agent Channel at Cox Communications, where she focused on creating and expanding an indirect sales channel. Rhonda has been brought on to grow Ubiquita’s revenue. Rhonda said, “I am looking forward to working with the Ubiquita team and supporting their vision of expansive growth in providing managed services technology and communications solutions for small and medium business with fanatical customer service.”
“Rhonda brings to Ubiquita exceptional knowledge of not only the Las Vegas Market but also industry specific sales expertise.” said Leith Martin, President/CEO of Ubiquita. “…she has a proven track record in building and managing both direct and indirect sales channels and we look forward to her contribution on the Ubiquita team.”
Ubiquita, a Las Vegas based technology company provides enterprise quality, intelligently integrated communication and IT services to small and medium sized business with fanatical customer support. Ubiquita offers a wide range of feature rich services over a customer’s existing broadband connection, providing a more efficient and effective working environment. From advanced telephony to 4G fail-over to on and offsite backup, everything is provided through Ubiquita, in one monthly plan.
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