Zultys Technologies (News
) has appointed Steve Rothenberg has its new CEO. Rothenberg will also serve on the company’s board of directors.
Zultys Technologies offers communication solutions and SIP-based products and software with its 'All-in-One' unified communication solution.
Rothenberg is a seasoned executive with global experience. In addition to being an “angel” investor and advisor to numerous early stage companies in Silicon Valley, he founded Rothenberg Systems International (RSI), which started off offering integrated hardware/software office systems for small- and mid-size businesses (SMBs) and became a supplier of enterprise collection software for the financial services industry.
RSI was acquired in 1999 by LBSS plc, which in turn was acquired by Fair Isaac Corporation in 2003.
Rothenberg also has experience as an interim-CEO for Alter-G, Inc., which offers an "anti-gravity" treadmill that enables people to improve mobility and health; recover from injury and surgery more rapidly; overcome medical challenges that limit movement; and enhance physical performance. He took that company from garage operations to its major rollout — on budget and on time.
“The board feels fortunate and excited that Steve has agreed to join the company,” said Vladimir Movshovich, vice president of technology at Zultys, in a statement. “He has successfully managed small and medium companies through rapid growth, secured private financing, and has developed sustainable customer relationships.”
The replacement comes after more than a month since its former CEO stepped down. Rothenberg replaces Avi Weinrib, who resigned to focus on the other companies he oversees.
“I’m thrilled to join Zultys and want to thank Vladimir Movshovich for his significant achievements as the acting CEO during the search process,” said Rothenberg. “I believe Zultys' technology offers significant benefits to small- and mid-sized businesses. I look forward to making Zultys the leading brand in this sector.”
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