Chris Munnelly, a former member of McKinsey's Communications Practice has been named Vice President of Telephone Industry Sales, Lee Priest, who came to eVoice from Sprint, has been named Vice President of Telephone Industry Marketing and Robert Romero
has been named Executive Vice President of Business Development, Strategy and Corporate Marketing. *.
has been promoted to Executive Vice President of Business Development, Strategy and Corporate Marketing.Romero
is responsible for building partnerships with affiliates that sell services to small business, retailers and third party distributors of telecommunications services.Romero
has over 15 years of experience in business development, product marketing and engineering for networking and telecommunications companies.Romero
holds a BS in Electrical Engineering, a BA in Economics with honors, and an MS in Engineering Economic Systems, all from Stanford University.
About eVoiceeVoice, Inc., based in Menlo Park, CA, is the leading provider of enhanced telecommunications services to consumers, carriers and portals.eVoice leverages the Internet to help consumers organize, consolidate and manage their daily voice communications, bringing them the most comprehensive voice messaging solution available at a lower cost than traditional voicemail services.With experienced leadership from the telecommunications and Internet industries, eVoice has developed unprecedented provisioning capabilities, and as a result, eVoice is the only company that can answer home and small business phones nationwide.eVoice's nationwide distributed network is built on the firm's patent-pending network technology and is designed to be feature-rich and extremely scalable.Founded in 1998, eVoice has raised $ 50 million in venture funding from idealab!, Nokia Venture Partners, Worldview Technology Partners and Oak Investment Partners.