NYNJA, the security-first, all-in-one communications platform for mission-critical telecommunications needs, announced that Jason Liberatore has been named Director of Business Development. In this new role, Liberatore will support NYNJA’s growth by pursuing and cultivating strategic partnerships and business relationships with new and existing clients. Liberatore will report directly to the Co-Founder and CEO of NYNJA, JR Guerrieri, and work with the company’s senior leadership to ensure client needs are met.
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Liberatore has worked in sales and customer service for nearly a decade, specializing in building strong relationships to drive productivity while growing and maintaining impactful results. His experience has been with various companies including Vidyo, sbe Lifestyle Hospitality, and Heat Marketing, among others.
“We’re thrilled to have Jason join the NYNJA family to focus on driving customer satisfaction and growing the company’s base of clients who rely on our secure, feature-rich business communication platform,” said Guerrieri. “Jason’s extensive knowledge and experience in sales and marketing will be invaluable to support the company’s growth, as businesses, governments and educators evolve from simply being able to communicate in a virtual setting, to understanding how to do it well with all-in-one, advanced technology, security, and file management resources.”
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“Growing client bases and revenue streams has continuously driven me throughout my career,” stated Liberatore. “NYNJA’s passion to be an inclusive communications platform for all mission-critical telecommunications needs stood out to me in today’s competitive marketplace. I’m excited to join the company and continue to lead their business efforts, and ensure that users of the platform maximize the benefits we can deliver.”
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