October 27, 2011
IVR: Richard Stansbury Joins Gold Systems
Richard Stansbury has joined Gold Systems (News - Alert), a self-service customer communications provider using Interactive Voice Response (IVR) solutions, as its Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
Stansbury, who has more than thirty-year technology experience intends to work towards gaining and retaining customers Gold Systems has worked with for more than twenty years. In addition to this responsibility, he will be involved in all aspects of strategic directions in innovative voice solutions including Vonetix 7, Microsoft (News - Alert) Lync, Microsoft Tellme and others.
Previously, Stansbury has led sales teams and branch operations in Denver and Atlanta for BORN Information Services. He headed regional sales in the Southeast for Fujitsu (News - Alert) Consulting’s ERP offerings after Fujitsu acquired BORN in 2005.
Stansbury has also served as CEO for Atlanta’s Racemi, which offers innovative solutions for a wide range of cloud migration and data center automation use cases.
“Richard is a proven leader who brings great experience delivering both software and services to customers. He understands that Gold Systems strives to truly partner with our customers to deliver the best solutions to their problems, and I’m excited to be working with him on our leadership team,” said Terry Gold CEO.
“I am thrilled to join Gold Systems to contribute to its vision and efforts to merge data and voice business processes for our customers,” said Stansbury. “Gold Systems’ twenty years of consistent delivery of products and services to its customers and partners impressed me; it has created an incredibility skilled organization. I look forward to adding my efforts to identifying and providing unified communications solutions that deliver true business advantages.”
Read a related article at TMCnet “Gold Systems CEO Presents Video on UC-Enabled IVR Solution.”
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Edited by Juliana Kenny