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Tadiran Welcomes Strong to Management Team

June 22, 2015

The world of unified communication & collaboration (UC&C) moves at the speed of innovation, which today is pretty fast—to say the least. This highly competitive field requires the best-of-the-best at the helm. Recently, UC&C market leader Tadiran announced a new addition to its team poised to take the telecom and the Aoenix 2.4 platform to its potential.

Pamela Strong has been appointed to Senior Vice President of Sales and General Manager of Tadiran Telecom Inc. Strong brings with her expertise in telecommunications and the UC&C as well as a strong entrepreneurial spirit, as she owned Commtek Business Systems for 15 years.

She previously experienced success in senior leadership positions at NEC and Siemens. At both companies, Strong’s duties included channel sales, business development, distribution as well as pre-sales support for engineering. Strong played an integral role in building Siemen’s Global CTM, Partner Program as well as Distribution Guidelines from the ground up.

And now Strong joins an up-and-coming team at Tadiran, and will be working with the distribution of the telco’s award-winning Aeonix Platform. She joins the team at an exciting time as recently Aeonix 2.4 was released to the public with substantial additions to an already industry-leading platform.

The additions to Aeonix 2.4 include call recording, Aeonix Contact Center Web services, zero effort licensing, enhanced maintenance tools for partners, SeaMail Version 10.6, Hyper V support, CENTOS 6.6 64 Bit Support, new telephone models as well as new Tadiran Gateways (TGW).

As one can see, Strong is in a strong position to continue Tadiran’s UC&C market dominance. The new GM should be able to step into this role and not look back—much like her new employer. Especially in today’s always-on, competitive communications landscape it’s time to put the pedal to the metal and see where it leads.

Edited by Dominick Sorrentino

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