Virtual PBX(R) Names Greg Brashier Chief Operating Officer

Pioneer in Hosted PBX Expands Management Team to Address Strong Growth

Jun 04, 2008, 01:00 ET from Virtual PBX

    SAN JOSE, Calif., June 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Virtual PBX(R), inventor and
 leading supplier of hosted PBX services, today announced Greg Brashier's
 appointment to chief operating officer (COO), a new position within the
 company. Brashier has served as the company's vice president of marketing
 since he came on board in 2004. The company is expanding its executive team
 to address the needs of its rapidly expanding customer base.
     "Over the past four years, Greg has been instrumental in helping us set
 our strategy and grow our brand during a time of rapid customer base
 expansion," said Paul Hammond, Virtual PBX's president and CEO. "The
 company is ready for an expanded management team, and Greg has already been
 fulfilling much of the responsibility of a COO, so he was a natural choice
 for the position."
     Beyond his work with Virtual PBX, Brashier has 30 years' experience in
 high tech marketing, gathering expertise in telecommunications, storage and
 networking with companies including Hewlett-Packard Company and Maxtor. He
 also drew upon his industry experience during his 5 years as a top-rated
 marketing professor at Brigham Young University.
     As COO, Brashier will oversee the company's sales, marketing, customer
 service and engineering functions. "I'm looking forward to helping the
 company move to the next level," said Brashier. "We've provided great
 technological strides in offering our customers the most useful PBX
 features without the hassle of owning an expensive phone system. Over the
 next few years, customers will have even more flexibility in how they
 handle and manage their phone calls."
     About Virtual PBX
     Virtual PBX(R) pioneered the hosted PBX market, introducing the first
 service of its class in 1997. Virtual PBX utilizes the public switched
 telephone network and the internet to provide PBX functionality as a hosted
 service. The three primary customers for Virtual PBX services include small
 businesses that want full PBX functionality without the capital and support
 expense of installed equipment; companies of any size that need to route
 calls to telecommuters or other employees outside of a main office; and
 enterprises looking for phone system disaster recovery solutions.
 Additional information about Virtual PBX can be found at or by calling 888-825-0800., Virtual PBX(R), and VirtualPBX(R) are registered
 trademark, Inc.
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