MINNETONKA, Minn. -- Communications Systems Inc. (CSI), a global provider of connectivity infrastructure and services for worldwide deployments of broadband networks, voice and data communication products and services, today announced Scott Otis, Group President of Transition Networks and Net2Edge will soon retire.
Although his retirement is effective Oct. 4, 2019, Otis will remain a consultant to CSI through Dec. 31, 2019 to assist in the transition of his responsibilities. CSI has commenced a search for Otis' successor; in the interim Roger Lacey, CSI chairman and CEO, and Mark Fandrich, the company's Chief Financial Officer, who will be also taking on the newly-created role of Interim Chief Operating Officer of CSI, assume Otis' former responsibilities.
"Scott has been a valuable member of our team since 2013, and we are appreciative and proud of the legacy he will be leaving," said Lacey. "Scott has been instrumental in transforming Transition Networks into a profitable and growing enterprise, shepherding the development of Net2Edge, and creating a platform for continuing growth. On behalf of everyone at CSI, I want to thank Scott for his leadership and friendship and extend our best wishes for a happy retirement."
"It has been a personal and professional honor to work with the team at CSI," said Otis. "I will continue to support the company during this period of transition."
CSI's products and services allow customers to deliver, manage, and optimize their broadband network services and architecture. From the integration of fiber optics in any application and environment to efficient home voice and data deployments to optimization of data and application access, CSI provides tools for maximum utilization of the network from the edge to the user. The provider has partners and customers in over 50 countries.
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