Tuesday, 02 August 2011 17:15

Stelzer signs on at Interactive Intelligence


Unified communications specialist Interactive Intelligence has appointed Michael Stelzer as its Australia territory manager.

"Michael joins Interactive Intelligence at an exciting time of transformational growth for the company, marked by the recent acquisition of CallTime Solutions here in Australia," said Brendan Maree, Managing Director for Interactive Intelligence in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific region.

"Michael has a proven track record in building successful relationships and driving sales success. We are delighted that he's joined the Interactive Intelligence team and look forward to benefiting from the experience that we believe he's uniquely able to provide."

Mr Stelzer was most recently general manager of sales and marketing at Premier Technologies. He was previously managing director of Aspect Software's Australia and New Zealand operation. His resume also includes business development manager at Genesys Labs, ANZ country manager at speech recognition specialist TuVox, and sales roles at POINT Information Systems, Astea International and Fuji Xerox.


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