HOUSTON – LOGIX Fiber Networks, a leading provider of highly secure fiber-based data, voice, and data center services across Texas is proud to announce the expansion of its team with the addition of three management-level employees. Ross Ferguson will serve as the VP of Product Strategy, Development, and Pricing, Fred Hamilton has stepped into the role of Director of Channel Sales, and Cindy Lyle is the new Director of Wholesale Sales.
These important additions to the LOGIX team are emblematic of the continued growth LOGIX is realizing. LOGIX added more than 6,500 miles of fiber to its network this year, bringing its total fiber network to more than 280,000 miles. Additionally, LOGIX has added more than 300 new business customers year-to-date and realized a 150% increase in sales of its Business Voice Cloud service which features a hosted PBX platform offering remote and mobile workers exceptional connectivity options.
Ross Ferguson is the new VP of Product Strategy, Development, and Pricing. Ferguson previously was the Director of Technology and Product Development at Frontier Communications, and earlier in his career managed product development initiatives at Verizon. He will drive the continued expansion of the LOGIX product portfolio to stay ahead of the evolving needs of business customers. In addition, Ferguson will empower a professional product management discipline and help optimize cross-company product development processes.
Fred Hamilton will be the Director of Channel Sales for LOGIX. Hamilton previously worked in management positions at Momentum Telecom, Comcast, and Sprint. He will support and strengthen relationships with LOGIX channel partners to deliver comprehensive voice and data solutions to customers backed by exceptional, Texas-based LOGIX customer care.
Cindy Lyle joins the team as Director of Wholesale Sales. She joins LOGIX from AT&T where she was a Client Solutions Executive and previously worked in Carrier Sales at Uniti Fiber. Lyle will provide strategic and sales oversight for the LOGIX wholesale group as it aggressively expands its advanced wholesale business offerings.
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