Indianapolis, Indiana, February 1, 2013- Fathom Voice (http://fathomvoice.com/)
Cameron Weeks, Fathom Voice’s CEO, had this to say on the company’s latest hire, “Scott is an unbelievable asset to our company and we are thrilled to have him as a part of our team. He, along with Tom Judkins our VP of Sales, has built telecom companies into market leaders and we are excited for him to offer the same experience for Fathom Voice. He has already added great value to our team through new product launches and extensive lists of contacts”.
Scott Goodwin comes to Fathom Voice after previously leading Vintalk, a global provider of IP communications solutions based in San Diego, California, as their CEO. Before Vintalk he was Senior Vice President of WorldxChange Communications, a global IP-based service company headquartered in New Zealand, for eight years. As well, Scott was the Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Opticom for five years. Fathom Voice is thrilled to add his consistent record of success in a global telecom market to their team.
Tom Judkins, VP of Sales for Fathom Voice, shared his thoughts about the new hire saying, “Scott and I were able to work together at Vintalk and create a highly successful team and atmosphere. I am looking forward to the opportunity of recreating that growth with Fathom Voice and experiencing a new level of success with Scott’s help”.
To recap, Scott Goodwin was hired by Fathom Voice to be their new Executive Vice President. Fathom Voice created this position, to allow the company to offer expanded services and reach a global market. This growth will allow the company to continue entering into and gaining market share of the new market opportunities.
For additional information, contact Fathom Voice at email@example.com. Based in Indianapolis, IN, Fathom Voice is a cloud-based PBX provider specializing in providing business class VoIP phone service. The Madison County 2012 Emerging Business of the Year award winners, provide industry-leading technology along with a secure and redundant network topology.