Wheelings & Dealings: ANPI Hires New Management to Expand UCaaS Sales Operations

By Clayton Hamshar

Business communications solutions provider ANPI is capitalizing on the success of its 2015 sales and expanding customer base by bringing on someone new to the management team. The company, which currently specializes in Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) solutions, recently announced the hiring of Aldo Ramirez for the position of Vice President of UCaaS Sales. 

Mr. Ramirez has 18 years of experience in the telecommunications industry to offer, working primarily with Local Exchange Carriers (LECs) and resellers. His past 12 years focused on UC sales at XO Communications, where he played a significant role in the launch of that company’s Managed PBX, Contact Center and Unified Communications products as well as the development of nationwide sales strategies.

The addition of this new team member comes at a crucial time for ANPI, as it accelerates sales efforts surrounding the successful development of a world-class private label solution for the company’s ILEC customers. Furthermore, ANPI is expanding its private label offering to include Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and Value-Added Resellers (VARs), and these larger sales efforts require more manpower to maintain effective operations.

“As I looked at the current UC provider landscape I was most attracted to ANPI based on the investment that was made into creating a carrier-grade UC platform that is purpose-built to deliver services to wholesale and private label customers,” commented Aldo Ramirez. “The ability to combine high service levels, unmatched end user portals, and carrier network services allows ANPI to easily differentiate its service offering from other providers. The commitment that has been made in the platform, portals and people shows that ANPI is poised to lead as a best-in-class UC service provider.”

ANPI’s Hosted UC solution offers the full range of industry-standard features and is easy to manage and monitor through a widget-based Customer Administration Portal. With the inclusion of sales and marketing tools, training, billing, provisioning and customer support it can take as little as 90 days to launch a fully operational branded offering.

Edited by Kyle Piscioniere

Contributing Writer

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