TPx Announces Channel Leadership Change
LOS ANGELES, February 12, 2020 — TPx Communications, the premier managed services provider, whose award-winning product line includes unified communications, contact center, managed security, managed WAN, other managed IT services, and network connectivity solutions, today announced that Jim Delis will assume expanded responsibility as Senior Vice President in charge of TPx’s Partner Channel across all regions.
For more than two decades, TPx has delivered critical communications services to business, government, and not-for profit customers, today serving approximately 25,000 enterprises with more than 50,000 locations across the United States.
“The Channel is tremendously important to TPx,” said Greg Daily, TPx’s new Chief Revenue Officer, who leads the company’s sales organization. “It accounts for more than half of our sales and having Jim take complete responsibility for our agents ensures that we can bring enhanced focus, accountability, and resources to those all-important relationships.”
For the past year and a half, Delis has led TPx’s national Channel development and Eastern sales organizations. Prior to joining TPx, he was Senior Vice President, Partner Channel at Time Warner Cable Business Class, where he was responsible for the growth of agent and value-added reseller (VAR) partnerships in telecommunications and cloud services. He brings more than 25 years of sales and marketing leadership to his expanded role.
Delis’ broader responsibility comes in conjunction with the completion of TPx’s acquisition by affiliates of Siris Capital Group LLC (“Siris”), also announced today. As part of a reorganization of the executive ranks, Ken Bisnoff, a long-time leader of TPx’s Channel business, is leaving the company to pursue new opportunities.
The leadership change is part of a broader refocusing of TPx that is reshaping the company for accelerating success in a solutions-centric managed services world.
“TPx is opening up a new chapter in its long and successful narrative of growth and partnership, and we’re delighted to have Jim expanding the great relationships he has across the channel,” said Joe Cozzolino, TPx Executive Chairman of the Board and interim CEO. “He is a key member of my leadership team. Together, we’re committed to quickly bringing additional resources and improved systems and processes to the channel to enable our partners’ and customers’ success.”
Founded in 1998, TPx is a leading provider of UCaaS, Managed IT services and Managed Connectivity services, with approximately 25,000 customers with more than 50,000 customer locations across the U.S. TPx has best-in-class customer service embedded in its corporate DNA, offering guaranteed performance to all customers wherever there’s a broadband connection. TPx customers serve every business sector and include many government and not-for-profit enterprises. For more information, visit www.tpx.com or follow @TPxComm on Twitter.
BuzzTheory (for TPx)