Goodman Networks Appoints New EVP of Sales and Business Development

  Goodman Networks Appoints New EVP of Sales and Business Development

      Scott Willis brings more than 25 years of OEM- and carrier-focused
                        telecommunications experience

Business Wire

PLANO, Texas -- March 12, 2013

Goodman Networks Inc., a leader in the design, engineering, deployment,
integration and maintenance of wireless telecommunication networks in the
United States, announced today the appointment of Scott Willis as Executive
Vice President of Sales and Business Development.

Mr. Willis joins Goodman Networks from Ericsson, where he served as Executive
Vice President and General Manager of Key Accounts in North and South America.
During his tenure at Ericsson, he was recognized for securing multiple
industry-leading partnerships that grew key accounts from $25 million dollars
to $2.2 billion annually. Previously, Mr. Willis held executive sales and
marketing positions at Optimi Corporation, Somera Communications and Nokia
Corporation. At Nokia, he was responsible for growing the company’s SBC,
BellSouth and Cingular Wireless accounts from zero to approximately $1.5
billion in annual revenue in just over two and half years. Earlier in his
career, Mr. Willis served in various executive roles in Network Operations,
Finance, Sales and Marketing at BellSouth and Sprint Corporation. He holds a
Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and Finance from the University
of Oklahoma and an MBA from Wake Forest University.

Goodman Networks CEO Ron Hill said of the appointment, “I’m excited to welcome
Scott Willis to our executive team. We’re confident that his history of
success in building long-term relationships with customers, his
entrepreneurial spirit and his creativity will help us continue to grow and
diversify our business.”

Mr. Willis said, “I am grateful for the opportunity to be part of the next
chapter in Goodman Networks’ story of innovation and growth. With its stable
foundation of top-tier customers and programs, its industry-leading network
solutions and ambitious plans for the future, the company is poised to do
great things. I look forward to helping the company achieve important
near-term objectives and longer-term customer, sector and revenue
diversification goals.”

About Goodman Networks:

Goodman Networks, a TL9000-V (R5.0) registered telecommunications Services
Company, helps its customers engineer, deploy, integrate and maintain complex
and converging networks. Since its founding in 2000, Goodman Networks has
grown to become one of the largest end-to-end communications solutions
providers in the United States. The growth of Goodman Networks is a reflection
of its reputation for completing communication projects with industry-leading
quality and on-time performance metrics at competitive prices. As a leader in
telecom services innovation and integration, Goodman Networks is committed to
continual investment in its people, processes and systems. Additional
information can be found at

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forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities
Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of
1934, as amended. Forward-looking statements include statements concerning
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including, but not limited to, operating performance, general financial,
economic, and political conditions affecting the Company's business and its
target industries, the ability of the Company to perform its obligations under
its contracts and agreements with customers and other risks. The Company
disclaims any obligation to update any forward-looking statements to reflect
events or circumstances after the date hereof.


Goodman Networks
Scott Pickett, 972-421-5206
Chief Marketing Officer
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