ENGLEWOOD, CO–(Marketwire – Apr 13, 2012) – Leading Voice over IP (VoIP) technology provider Vitelity Communications (www.vitelity.com) is pleased to announce that nationally renowned IP-PBX expert Kerry Garrison has been named as Vice President of Strategic Initiatives.

Kerry Garrison brings more than 25 years of IT related industry experience. He has written
two books on the open-source IP PBX project, trixbox CE, and worked at Fonality as the trixbox community director and trixbox CE project manager for several years. Kerry has also written two books about 3CX, the IP PBX platform for Windows.

As the newest addition to the Vitelity team, Garrison will develop ongoing strategic initiatives for the education, support, sales, promotion and marketing of Vitelity’s services and products. “Kerry brings energy, a diverse background, leadership and unique perspective to our business, and we are thrilled to have him join the team,” said Chris Hall, CEO of Vitelity.

“As a customer and user of Vitelity for the past seven years, I am eager to work with such an innovative team of experts,” said Garrison. “I’ve seen a lot of companies — vendors, startups, partners — over the course of my 20 years working in this industry, Vitelity is truly one of a kind. This is an exciting time for us all. Vitelity brings value to companies and it just seems to get better over time.”

Vitelity is a privately owned, international voice over IP (VoIP) technology provider. Vitelity offers wholesale voice, fax, SMS, and hosting services. Vitelity ensures network reliability by operating its own 50Gbit private dark fiber network and through interconnections in major cities throughout the United States, including Denver, New York City, Los Angeles and Miami. Vitelity maintains a five-star rating from VoipReview.org, maintains an “A” rating with the Better Business Bureau and won IT Expo’s most innovative new product award in 2009 and 2010. To learn more about Vitelity, visit www.vitelity.com, email: carriersales@vitelity.com or call 888-898-4835.

 

 

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