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AVI-SPL Brings On Industry Veterans

AVI-SPL announced the addition of two industry veterans to its video and unified communications (UC) team. Bob Zimmerman and Mitch Moore will serve as business development managers for the western and eastern territories, respectively.

AVI-SPL announced the addition of two industry veterans to its video and unified communications (UC) team. Bob Zimmerman and Mitch Moore will serve as business development managers for the western and eastern territories, respectively.

Zimmerman brings more than 20 years of experience in the videoconferencing and UC markets. Before joining AVI-SPL, he worked as director of operations for the voice division of Polycom. Zimmerman has also held sales and management positions with SpectraLink, Wire One Technologies, and PictureTel. He will lead business development for the western region from Boulder, Co.

Moore comes to AVI-SPL with more than 20 years of sales experience in the computer, telecommunications, and data industries, focusing on telepresence and videoconferencing systems, streaming technology, and super-mini computers. Moore previously worked for Harris Corp., where he sold real-time super-mini computers to aerospace firms for flight simulation. Later, he joined PictureTel Corp., where he worked in various roles, including national channel management, major and global account sales, and international business development. Most recently, he worked at Polycom managing its commercial accounts in the southeastern United States. Based in Atlanta, Moore will lead business development for the eastern region.

"We have seen a significant increase in demand for video solutions and realized more than a 30-percent growth in revenue related to video communications in 2009," said Mike Brandofino, executive vice president video and UC for AVI-SPL, in a statement. "We are pleased we have been able to attract individuals with such a long history of success in the video industry. Mitch and Bob bring a level of professionalism and experience to AVI-SPL that will help us continue our aggressive push towards becoming the dominant video communications service provider in the world."



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