Broadvox appoints Bruce Chatterley as its new CEO

Bruce Chatterley has taken up the reins as the president and CEO of hosting and managed services provider Broadvox.

Before coming to Broadvox, Chatterley served as MegaPath's president of business markets, where he helped lead the three-part integration of MegaPath, Covad and Speakeasy.

Chatterley made a name for himself as the president and CEO of Speakeasy, where he helped drive continued growth for the service provider and sold it to Best Buy in 2007.

He takes over from Andre Temnorod, who will continue to serve as Broadvox's chairman and leading the growth of its national network and technology platform strategy.

The appointment of Chatterley comes at a time when Broadvox itself is growing out its unified communications portfolio. It bolstered that strategy by purchasing Cypress Communications, a deal that gave it enhanced unified communications services for service providers, SMBs and enterprise customers.

For more:
- see the release

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