ANPI: ANPI Announces Shawn Coyle as Vice President of Business Development
Coyle tasked with expanding ANPI’s channel sales programs with VARs, Resellers, Systems Integrators and Distribution partnerships
ANPI today announced Shawn Coyle as vice president of business development. In this position Coyle will lead new business development efforts and strategic partnerships for both Carrier and Business divisions for the company by fostering, promoting and facilitating cross selling of company-wide services.
Michael Cromwell, chief sales officer for ANPI, said of the newest addition to his team, “Shawn is an experienced technology channel sales executive with expertise in starting, expanding and strengthening channel sales programs with VARs, Resellers, Systems Integrators and Distribution partnerships of high-tech products and services.” He continued, “At Broadview Shawn was responsible for the cloud phone system strategy that brought off-the-shelf hosted communications to many national big box retailers. It is his ability to execute coupled with his success record of building a $150 million channel sales program that provides a solid foundation for ANPI’s aggressive growth plans.”
About his new role Coyle shared, “I am excited to have a key role in the transformation of ANPI to a cloud-communications provider, and I look forward to finding new ways to bring our products to market through strategic partnerships, collaboration and integration. ANPI is a thriving company with more than 15 consecutive years of growth. With more than 80% total volume growth over the last three years, ANPI is poised for our highest growth levels in company history. I look forward to being a part of that growth.”
Prior to joining ANPI, Coyle led the development of North American channel strategy at Broadview Networks for both traditional network-based CLEC services and next-generation cloud, hosted, SaaS and VoIP. As managing director of channel sales nationwide, Coyle played a key role in transforming the company from a facilities-based regional CLEC to a nationwide cloud communications with over 100,000+ installed seats. During his tenure he directed the Go-To-Market channel strategy, launched their cloud offering to the channel, led the company’s expansion nationwide and, most recently, built out their strategic distribution channel.