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Intelligent move for Interactive?

08 Feb 2013

Interactive Intelligence has appointed Mervyn Gomez as Communications-as-a-Service Sales executive, a move centered around the commercial and technical disciplines of the offering.

Based in Sydney, Gomez will be responsible for sales and operational projects across the region, after a four-year stint as pre-sales consultant and product manager for Sony Mobile Communications.

“In 2012, over a third of our company orders were for cloud and hybrid-based solutions," says Brendan Maree, MD ANZ, Interactive Intelligence.

"We are increasingly seeing Australian and New Zealand organisations demand scalability, flexibility and choice when it comes to selecting how they deploy unified communications and contact centre applications.

"Mervyn’s appointment signifies the rapid growth the local business has encountered over the last couple of years and solidifies our increased commitment towards our ever-expanding customer base in this area."

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