Unified service assurance solutions provider Monolith Software recently welcomed three industry veterans--- Deb MacCallum, Mitch Foster and Barry Regan--- to its top management hierarchy.
MacCallum has been appointed the VP of Operations and Foster as the North American Sales Director. Regan has assumed the role of sales director for EMEA region.
All set to release the upgraded version of its service assurance solution, AssureNow, Monolith is contemplating strategic growth in the telecommunications, enterprise, finance, and managed service markets. The company expects to win a bevy of new customers for the new generation of its solution. It also plans to expand its partner networks in the key markets. At this critical juncture, the newly hired personnel are expected to play crucial roles in giving shape to the company’s expansion goals.
“We are excited to announce the hiring of these industry veterans to our leadership team. Each of them brings unique skills and experiences that will further establish us as the leader in end-to-end service assurance with our next generation AssureNow platform, and ensure that our customers continue to be served at the high levels they have come to expect from Monolith Software,” CEO of Monolith Software Bill Cannon explained in a statement.
Monolith’s service assurance solution has been designed to unify fault, performance, topology, and service level management in a single scalable platform. It will be worthwhile to mention here that being an advocate of open architecture, Monolith developed an open architecture-based platform which uses unified approach for data collection, normalization, enrichment, visualization and reporting.
”Monolith recognizes that only an open architecture can ensure agility through innovation shifts. The year 2014 will be one in which we focus on further enabling our partner network and customers in the form of new features, training and a concerted effort to involve them in the product definition process. My plan is to exceed expectations at Monolith, and I'm ecstatic to be here,” the newly appointed operations chief MacCallum commented in a statement.