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CoreDial Expands Partner Network and Adds Key Leadership to Support High Growth

Blue Bell, PA, July 27, 2016 — CoreDial, LLC, a leading cloud communications software and services provider, announced today that its partner community has reached over 500 Managed Service Providers (MSPs), Value Added Resellers (VARs), and IT Solution Providers. As a result of this tremendous growth, CoreDial has hired 72 employees in just 18 months including three key executives to its leadership team.

Ken Lienemann was appointed Chief Revenue Officer, Don Nawrocki joined as Chief Technology Officer, and Meghan Vanspriell was appointed Vice President of Marketing. Adding these three positions further highlights the company’s commitment to continue supporting the success of its partner network.

“In the last year, CoreDial has made significant progress in expanding our market presence and supporting the success of our partner network and we intend to continue growing and improving every step of the way.  This is why we’ve hired key talent like Ken, Don and Meghan to our team.  We know their expertise will be a huge benefit to our partner community and we want our partners to have the tools they need to be the most successful at what they do every day,” said Alan Rihm, Chief Executive Officer, CoreDial.

CoreDial’s continued expansion coincides with rapid growth in the cloud communications industry. According to Transparency Market Research Enterprise, adoption of cloud communications is expected to reach nearly $38 billion by 2022 — a compound annual growth rate of more than 23 percent. The demand for cloud communications services is strong and, if analysts’ predictions are right, will only continue to get stronger.

“It’s a pretty exciting time to be joining the CoreDial team and seeing first-hand how our partners are so eager to better serve their clients,” said Ken Lienemann, Chief Revenue Officer, CoreDial. In fact, Cloud access security broker Bitglass reported in its 2015 Cloud Adoption Report that almost half of global businesses now use a cloud-based productivity suite. “These organizations know what the cloud can do, and the multitude of benefits it brings their businesses,“ concluded Lienemann.

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