Nationwide telecommunications provider TNCI (News - Alert) Operating Company was proud to make the announcement yesterday that it has determined who will fill the role as Vice President of Network Operations: Victor Flores.
TNCI specializes in delivering telecommunications services to businesses through a unique balance of both company stability and industry experience, and the fact that they chose Victor Flores (formerly of Telscape Communications/Sage Telecomm) as its newest VP is an excellent example of how the company wishes to maintain that standard. Flores has over 20 years of experience operating and engineering phone networks for ILEC and CLEC customers alike.
Flores began his career with a heavy dose of discipline and formality within the United States Air Force, which he left in 1971 to begin a career at Pacific Bell/SBC Communications with his newfound knowledge in communication services. Through multiple roles he received significant experience in all aspects of the phone industry, which he took with him 27 years later when he accepted the position of Director of Engineering at First World Communications. From there he worked 15 years with Telscape Communications/Sage Telecomm before starting his position with TNCI.
“TNCI is happy to add yet another well respected telecommunications veteran to its leadership team,” said TNCI president and CEO Jeff Compton. According to him, “Victor knows the ins and outs of network operations and brings a lot of great experience to our company. The addition of Victor also allows our company to expand via new business development avenues and continue to grow our Best of Class network. We are looking forward to Victor's network operations leadership and are confident his skills will help TNCI move ever closer to its goals.” This news came only one month after the company appointed Bill Farwell as the new CFO.
It appears that Victor Flores' extended history within the telecommunications industry made him the best candidate for TNCI's vice presidency, and in this position he will be in charge of planning out TNCI's network and overall operations.