Solgari Announces CEO Appointment

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The appointment of Ed Grant as Solgari CEO is driven by the significant growing global demand for Hosted Telecommunications Services

we are very pleased that Ed is taking leadership of Solgari just when the demand for Hosted PBX & VoIP services is gaining significant traction.

Solgari, a global provider of Hosted Telecommunications Services including Hosted PBX, VoIP, Mobility & IVR, announced today that it is has appointed Ed Grant as CEO. Ed is currently a non- executive director of Solgari and has 16 years of experience in corporate finance, private equity and cloud service businesses. A graduate of University College Dublin and the University of Regensburg, Ed spent 10 years working in corporate finance at Citigroup in Dublin, London and Paris, covering the Technology, Media and Telecoms sector and a further 6 years in Private Equity including significant time in building technology and cloud service businesses. The board of Solgari has made this appointment in response to the growth in the Hosted Telecommunications Services space which is being driven by the cost savings & productivity gains that Unified Communications can provide to businesses. John Colgan, co-founder and chairman of Solgari, who Ed succeeds as CEO, commented “we are very pleased that Ed is taking leadership of Solgari just when the demand for Hosted PBX & VoIP services is gaining significant traction. With a 3 year track record of innovation in this space and a strong management team, we are well positioned to meet global customer demand.’

About Solgari

Solgari is a global provider Hosted Telecommunication Services to businesses including feature rich Hosted PBX & Mobile VOIP and Auto Attendant solutions. These cloud services are provided both directly to business customers and through partners such as hosters, telcos and value add resellers. The services allow businesses of any size access an enterprise standard telecommunications platform on a monthly subscription basis while providing significant telecoms infrastructure cost savings and productivity gains. For partners, the services are integrated into global control panel platforms including Parallels Automation allowing the efficient launch of the services into their existing customer bases in the US, Europe and Asia Pacific. For more information, please visit http://www.solgari.com.

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