Cloud Communications Group Announces New Partner

Technology solutions leader, Cloud Communications Group (CCG), welcomes Keith D. Hatley as new partner.

Dallas, United States - August 17, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Cloud Communications Group (CCG), a leading provider of technology solutions, is pleased to announce that founder Keith D. Hatley will rejoin CCG as a partner. Keith will be responsible for leading CCG's sales and marketing organization, providing leadership, direction, and an executive vision to ensure alignment with the company's strategic and financial goals.

“Keith’s experience as a seasoned leader and his passion for creating unique customer experiences make him the perfect addition to CCG’s team,” states Chris Moffett, Principal at CCG.

“I could not be more excited to rejoin Chris and team. When you couple the opportunities that digital disruption is bringing to the market with the solutions and suite of services we are able to offer, the opportunity to provide real value to our clients is tremendous,” says Hatley.

Hatley has more than 25 years of leadership experience within the technology and advisory sectors. Hatley was most recently Senior Vice President, Channel Sales North America for Masergy, where he was responsible for leading the company’s sales efforts. Prior to that, Hatley held various leadership positions at PAETEC, airBand, Allegiance Telecom and MFS Communications.

About Cloud Communications Group

Cloud Communications Group (CCG) is a communications and technology consulting firm aiding businesses in leveraging the power of technology. CCG designs, deploys, and supports a full suite of technology solutions focused on the entire lifecycle of business communications. From virtualization to unified communications and collaboration they strategically align business objectives with advanced technology solutions.

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