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NetComm Strengthens Business Development Management Team

  • 08 March, 2007 11:29

<p><i>Beth Mackenzie joins as BDM to compliment NetComm VoIP and DSLAM business focus</i></p>
<p>NetComm, a leading Australian provider of communications products and solutions, today announced the appointment of Beth Mackenzie to the position of Business Development Manager. This appointment is effective immediately.</p>
<p>With more than 10 years of experience in the ICT industry, Beth will be involved in the development of new business in the Voice over IP (VoIP) and DSLAM business space. She will deal directly with customers who are VoIP providers, internet service providers, satellite operators, systems integrators and medium sized end users.</p>
<p>"We welcome Beth as an integral part of BDM team as VoIP and ADSL continue to be strong business drivers for NetComm," said David Stewart, Managing Director of NetComm. "The uptake of VoIP among small and medium enterprises is steadily growing as companies seek to contain costs and boost efficiency without impacting the quality of customer service. The VOIP area has been a steady focus for NetComm and we believe that Beth’s appointment increases our ability to service this sector of the market. ”</p>
<p>Prior to joining NetComm, Beth spent eight years with the Australian Telecommunications Users Group (ATUG) growing and expanding the business. She also acted as spokesperson on behalf of the end user in a number of telecommunication related issues. More recently, she worked at ISPHONE as National Business Development Manager to lead the charge in VoIP policy and regulatory issues, developing end user business, and educating end users about the benefits and features of VoIP.</p>
<p>“We are also seeing the emergence of specialised Internet Protocol Service Providers (IPSPs) in addition to ISPs, satellite operators and systems integrators all of whom are driving more Broadband uptake and innovation in services,” continued David. “These are key partners and customers for NetComm. Beth’s appointment strengthens our existing team, and continues on our strategy to strengthen and growing these relationships."</p>
<p><b>About NetComm</b></p>
<p>NetComm is Australia's leading provider of broadband hardware solutions. It holds a commanding position in the key markets of Digital Subscriber Line (DSL), high-speed networking, wireless, hotspots, VoIP and DSLAMs. NetComm products are researched, developed and engineered in Australia to meet local requirements and conditions. The company has a history of sustained growth and innovation, and is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX: NTC). For more information visit</p>

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