News : Phillip Yoo Named President of CSG International’s Global Carrier Business
Englewood, Colo. February 22, 2016 -- CSG International (NASDAQ: CSGS), a global provider of interactive transaction-driven solutions and services, announces that CSG’s current senior vice president of Global Services, Phillip Yoo, will now serve the company as president of its Global Carrier Business.
In this role, Yoo will set the strategic direction for sales and delivery of CSG’s solutions for telco and wireless carriers worldwide, as well as drive profitable growth within existing and new telecom client accounts.
Yoo will align CSG’s products and solutions to create solid operating strategies designed to support revenue and customer management operations for non-cable carriers. Yoo’s strategies will be designed to not only help CSG’s clients as they transform their businesses to support the growth of digital services, but also to expand CSG’s footprint in the telecommunications industry across the globe.
Yoo brings a successful history within CSG as well as wealth of telecommunications industry experience to his new position. He has 29 years of experience in product management, software development, professional services and service delivery, gained with companies such as Ericsson, Comverse, Telcordia and Lucent Technologies.
Most recently, Yoo served as CSG’s senior vice president of global services until he began his new role with CSG International, effectively immediately.
Posted by: Laura Collins, Editorial Management
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CSG Systems International, Inc. (NASDAQ: CSGS) is a market-leading business support solutions and services company serving the majority of the top 100 global communications service providers, including leaders in fixed, mobile and next-generation networks such as AT&T, Comcast, DISH Network, France Telecom, MasterCard, Orange, T-Mobile, Telefonica, Time Warner Cable, Vodafone, Vivo and Verizon.
Published: Thursday, February 25, 2016