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March 05, 2013

Jenne Hires Chip Fincher as its New Avaya Onboarding Specialist

By Anil Sharma
TMCnet Contributor

Jenne, Inc., a distributor of IP telephony, audio and video conferencing, unified communications, data networking and security and surveillance products, has recruited Chip Fincher as its new Avaya (News - Alert) Onboarding specialist.

Fincher brings seven years of Avaya work experience to his new role, where he will work with newly Onboarded Avaya partners.

"I am excited to join Jenne, a respected Avaya distributor with a national presence and track record of spectacular growth and customer satisfaction," said Chip Fincher.

Fincher joins the company with more than a decade of sales and buying experience, including nine years working with and managing key channel accounts.

"Chip has the sales and channel experience with Avaya solutions that will make him successful as our new Avaya Onboarding specialist," said Dean Jenne (News - Alert), executive vice president, sales & marketing, Jenne, Inc., in a statement. "We are pleased to welcome him to Jenne and look forward to working with him as we continue to develop our Avaya accounts," said Jenne.

Fincher said that Jenne's fast and effective onboarding process makes its easy and simple to recruit new partners for Avaya.

“I am looking forward to building on that success even further," he said.

Earlier in January, Jenne Inc. had announced that it has recruited Neil Sidorak as the company's new controller.

With more than 16 years of experience as a Certified Public Accountant, Sidorak will be responsible for the monthly, quarterly and annual budgets and forecasts for Jenne's growing business. Additionally, he will be managing Jenne's accounting team of accounting professionals, each of which will report to him. Sidorak will also oversee all of Jenne's financial transactions, including financial and budgetary reporting to executive management. He will report to Rick Coan, senior vice president of finance.

Edited by Ashley Caputo


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