Tom Quattrini Joins Castel's Executive Team as Vice President
BUFFALO N.Y., March 26, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Castel Communications, LLC
today announced that Tom Quattrini, has been named Castel's Vice President,
Customer Service, reporting to John Ripa, Castel's COO.
As vice president, Quattrini will be responsible for facilitating the overall
strategic planning process for Castel's customer implementations,
installations and statement of work projects. Additionally, he will be
responsible for cascading business strategies required to achieve Castel's
growth goals and the goals of its customers and partners.
Possessing over 25 years of experience, Quattrini's previous positions
involved responsibility for quality process initiatives and technological
strategies enabling business process improvement. In his previous role with
Sodexo, Quattrini contributed significantly to the company's success and
growth by leading key strategic initiatives in global data warehousing,
financial planning and analysis, and disaster recovery and business
Prior to Sodexo, Quattrini managed, planned, and supported IT solutions at
General Motors Delphi Thermal operations. Completing extensive process
planning and technology, Quattrini reengineered key processes and implemented
new technologies to improve synergy and efficiency.
Quattrini holds a MS Degree in Mechanical Engineering and an MBA in Business
Administration from the State University of New York at Buffalo.
About Castel: Headquartered in Buffalo, NY, Castel Communications, LLC is a
market leader in delivering cutting-edge call center solutions for leading
financial institutions, collection agencies and telemarketing organizations
across the globe. For more information about Castel products and services,
call 800-657-8215, or visit www.castel.com.
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CONTACT: Media Contacts:
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