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February 06, 2014

Comings & Goings: snom Technology appoints Ciaran Bolger as UK Sales Manager


By David Delony Contributing Writer



snom technology, a maker of VoIP phones and routers, has announced that it has appointed Ciaran Bolger as U.K. sales manager, Channel Pro reports.

“I believe that there are some really great opportunities for resellers in the VoIP and Unified Communications markets and we are expecting 2014 to be a very exciting year for the snom products because they enable businesses to leverage the productivity enhancing features of these voice-driven IP communications services,” said Bolger. “I am delighted to have the opportunity to join a forward thinking company with such a well-established foothold in this highly competitive market, snom has some excellent partners in place and together we are well positioned to take advantage of these growing opportunities.”


Bolger previously worked as a business continuity specialist at Adam Continuity and worked in a business development position at snom distributor Electronic Frontier. His experience, especially with distributing snom technology, qualifies him for the position. Bolger was selected to drive channel growth in the U.K. VoIP market.

His colleagues at snom agree and are optimistic about Bolger’s performance in the future.  He will focus on developing the company’s existing relationships with ProVu Communications, Electronic Frontier, Zycko and Westcon Communications, as well as helping to increase the number of qualified engineers at snom itself.

“snom UK has had an excellent last 12 months and we are delighted to welcome Ciaran Bolger to our team” adds John Bennett, managing director of snom UK. “Our focus in the UK will continue to be on expanding our channel of certified snom resellers and supporting our distributors.”

snom itself has also been pretty busy recently. The company has just released a new VoIP phone with gigabit Ethernet designed for small businesses. snom is poised to take advantage of the continuing transition from traditional business telephony to more flexible, convenient and often cheaper VoIP communication.




Edited by Cassandra Tucker
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