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Innovative Cloud UC Solutions Launched in EMEA By Thinking Phone Networks

May 14, 2013

Thinking Phone Networks recently confirmed that it had opened a new regional office in Amsterdam and has officially launched its services into Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) region as well as Europe to answer the global demand for cloud services, particularly in these areas.

To lead this new initiative the company has chose Ronald Rubens, who will serve as the vice president of the region and will oversee the new operations for Thinking Phone Networks, known as a specialist in unified communications as a service (UCaaS).

In a release, Steve Kokinos, President and CEO of Thinking Phone Networks said “We are pleased to have Ronald join our global team. He brings an extensive record building strong sales and marketing organizations in the region and has an intimate understanding of the key drivers of cloud communications growth, including the increasingly mobile and distributed ways of work as well as the desire to lower communications overhead and costs.”

Ronald Rubens is entrusted with the responsibility of expanding the company’s offerings and making a strong market presence. He has over two decades of experience in the enterprise communications and cloud industry and has worked for a number of leading companies such as NEC, Avaya and CosmoCom where he held senior positions.

Rubens said “I am excited to launch the most innovative cloud-based UC services in the industry to a wide range of customers in Europe. Thinking Phone Networks offers revolutionary analytics-driven software applications via a global delivery model that includes integrated back-office tools to speed service deployment. We believe this award-winning solution will be very well received by EMEA business partners.”

Edited by Ashley Caputo

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