Spectrotel Announces Promotion of Ross Artale to President and Chief Operating Officer
NEPTUNE, NJ (December 19, 2013) – Spectrotel, Inc., a New Jersey-based Competitive Local Exchange Company (CLEC) serving customers throughout the United States, today announced that Ross Artale has been appointed as President and Chief Operating Officer, effective December 1, 2013.
“Since Ross’s arrival six years ago, he has proven to be a visionary leader,” said Jack Dayan, Founder and CEO of Spectrotel. “Among many accomplishments, he expanded our agent program to be one of the best in the industry. The program has been a major force behind the double digit growth in sales and has brought about a transformation of Spectrotel from a regional telecom carrier to a nationwide full-service telecommunications provider.”
Mr. Artale has over 20 years of telecommunications experience and a track record of creating best in class service organizations. He began his career at Mobile Comm, a Bell South Company, and then later took management positions at two start-up companies, Geotek and Prism Communications. In 2000, Mr. Artale moved into the role of Vice President, Customer Care for InfoHighway Communications, formerly known as Eureka Networks, where over the next seven years he was part of the management team that grew the company from a small start up to a $100 million corporation. In 2007 he joined Spectrotel as Vice President of Operations before being promoted to his new position of President and Chief Operating Officer.
Spectrotel, headquartered in Neptune, NJ, was founded in 1996 with a mission to bring quality, affordable, and personalized telecommunications services to customers of all sizes nationwide. From traditional voice and data services to leading edge IP-based solutions, Spectrotel’s “Simply Better Service” is geared to bring the best available underlying infrastructure with unparalleled solutions, service, and savings to its customers. For more information, visit www.spectrotel.com.
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