WAKEFIELD, Mass., Aug. 15, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Comverse (Nasdaq:CNSI), the global leader in telecom business enablement, today announced that Andreas (Andy) Herzog has been named to lead the Comverse Managed Services organization.
Mr. Herzog brings to Comverse Managed Services deep knowledge and industry-recognized experience in managed/transformation services, from definition of the value proposition to proactive market creation and development, successful contract acquisition and implementation of a global managed services delivery strategy and structure.
“In today’s competitive landscape, service providers turn to managed services to energize their business results, helping them to do more, faster and with less,” said Gani Nayak, Comverse SVP, Systems & Solutions. “Comverse Managed Services has garnered vast experience deploying and managing systems over the years, and the addition of Andreas Herzog, one of the most accomplished and respected individuals in the managed services field, positions us better than ever to serve our customers and enable them to maximize their success.”
“With an effective transformation/ managed services solution, service providers can get more from existing assets — enabling innovation, improving the customer experience and streamlining operations to reduce costs,” said Herzog. “I look forward to generating significant new growth and value for Comverse customers through business transformation and innovative managed services business models.”
About Andreas Herzog
Andreas Herzog has over 25 years of experience in the telecom industry.
He was most recently doing consulting for firms needing transformation and managed services, drawing from his experience and best practices to generate high value for his clients. Prior to this, he served for nearly two decades at Alcatel-Lucent, most recently as the President of the Managed Services Division. Prior to his work at Alcatel-Lucent, Andy served as the Chief Technical Officer for United Telecom Investment (UTI), implementing technical and commercial operations of state of the art fixed telecom networks in Europe. Mr. Herzog was awarded a Masters degree in Computer Science from the University of Linz in Austria.
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