OVERLAND PARK, Kan., May 28, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Cartesian™ (Nasdaq:CRTN), a specialist provider of consulting services and managed solutions to the global communications, technology and digital media industries, today announced that it has expanded its US business development team with two new hires.
Rochelle Roberts and Amy Duffey join Cartesian's North American Business Development and Sales organization. As Vice Presidents for Business Development & Sales, Roberts and Duffey will be responsible for new business development and driving solutions-based initiatives.
"Amy and Rochelle bring a wealth of experience in selling and delivering solutions to the communications industry and I am pleased to welcome them to the Cartesian team," said Donald Klumb, CEO of Cartesian. "Their contributions will further our goal in driving growth in our business by building longer-term partnerships with our clients as well as expanding our client base."
Based in Dallas, Roberts will be responsible for business development and client relationships in the South and Central US regions. Roberts brings over 20 years of telecommunications experience and most recently was at Neustar selling Business Intelligence and Advanced Analytics solutions.
Duffey is also an experienced telecommunications executive with over 25 years in the industry, including roles at Cisco and Comcast and was most recently a Sales Director at Amdocs. Duffey is based in Philadelphia and will be focusing on developing business and client relationships in the North Eastern US.
About Cartesian, Inc.
Cartesian, Inc. (Nasdaq:CRTN) is a specialist provider of consulting services and managed solutions to leaders in the global communications, technology and digital media industries. Cartesian provides consulting in strategy, execution and managed solutions to clients worldwide. The company has offices in Boston, Kansas City, London, New York and Washington.
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