New York, NY (August 1, 2007) - Quickcomm Software Solutions, a leading global provider of telecommunications expense management software and services, today announced the addition of Ian Murray to the company's management team. Ian brings over 15 years of progressive experience spanning finance, operations and management to Quickcomm, enabling the company to continue its rapid growth and expansion in telecom expense management. Murray will join Quickcomm as Vice President, Channel Management, where he will serve as a liaison with strategic partner Vercuity and manage channel agreements with service providers and outsourcers.
"Quickcomm's success in the past year has led to an employee growth increase of 25% from 2006, most notably with the addition of Ian Murray," said Quickcomm's CEO Mark Evans. "Ian's experience with both managed services and outsourced TEM solutions will greatly benefit the product we provide to our customers. We are thrilled to have him on board."
"The TEM industry has shown tremendous expansion over the past decade. As the market matures, businesses have realized the potential savings associated with a TEM solution," commented Murray. "Quickcomm, as one of the pioneering providers of telecom expense management solutions in the world, has proven to continually meet the needs of its customers with customized solution sets. I look forward to working with Mark and his team in continuing to create cost-saving, effective, results."
Murray most recently served as Product Manager, Telecom Expense Management for Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC), where he led the development initiative of the company's service offering for TEM and collaborated with strategic vendors, such as Quickcomm, to augment and enhance the product portfolio offered by CSC. During his time with CSC, Murray was recognized by Gartner as a TEM industry authority and participated as an expert speaker at several industry events. Prior to Murray's involvement with CSC's TEM offering, he served as the company's Senior Manager of Global Finance where he was primarily focused on financial and business management for a global lines of service.
Prior to his post at CSC, Murray served as a Management Accountant for Solartron, where he was accountable for the provision of financial management reports and analysis of departmental overhead spends.
Quickcomm was established in 1997 and has grown to become a leading provider of global Telecom Expense Management (TEM) software and services to Global 2000 companies. Quickcomm software helps cut telecom expenses dramatically and provides actionable insight for telecom provisioning that improves a company's bottom-line. It is the most complete TEM solution available, integrating transparently with a company's existing infrastructure. Initially formed in Australia, Quickcomm has been incorporated in the United States since 2003 and is headquartered in New York. For more information visit the company's web site at www.quickcomm.com.