Telecom Industry Leader Joins Nitel to Accelerate Sales Success and Expand Market Reach

CHICAGO – April 10, 2017 – Nitel, a leading nationwide managed telecom service provider, announced today telecom industry leader

Jason Dishon has joined the company as Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing. In this new role, Dishon leads Nitel’s sales, marketing and sales operation strategy and efforts. He is also working closely with the company’s leadership to advance Nitel’s employee and business development programs, expand distribution alliances and further enhance the partner and customer experience.

“Jason is highly-respected throughout the telecom industry as a forward-thinking, results-driven executive with a proven track record for leading high-performing sales and marketing teams to execute on growth opportunities in both established and emerging markets,” said Rick Stern, CEO, Nitel. “We are thrilled to welcome Jason to our team, and look forward to leveraging his experience and connections within the industry to drive greater success for Nitel and our partners.”

With more than 16 years of sales and marketing experience in the telecom industry, Jason joins Nitel from Windstream where he held several leadership positions within their channel and indirect sales organization, most recently serving as Channel Chief and Vice President of Channel Sales. Prior to Windstream, Jason worked for telecommunications provider, NuVox in sales and operations. He proudly served in the United States Marine Corps and carries those core values of commitment and honor with him in business.

“2016 was a game-changing year for Nitel with our channel-first sales approach leading to record growth,” continued Stern. “We are continuing to invest in the resources our channel partners need to deliver an exceptional customer experience. With Jason leading our sales and marketing efforts, we will capitalize on the demands of enterprise IT organizations and continue to expand our reach and relevance within the telecom and IT channels.”