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Mosaik Solutions Expands Sales and Product Management Teams With Strategic Hiring of Three Global Telecom Industry Veterans

New Directors Bring Telecom, Wireless and Cable Experiences to Geospatial Network Intelligence Leader

MEMPHIS, TN -- (Marketwired) -- 06/03/14 -- Mosaik Solutions, the global source for geospatial network intelligence, today announced the expansion of its sales and product management teams with three new directors. Eddie DeCurtis joins the team as the director of major accounts, international and Elizabeth Foster joins as the director of major accounts, Americas. Both telecom industry veterans have experience in emerging markets and technologies, developing global and domestic initiatives, strategic alliances and partnerships. On the product side, Todd Cotts joins Mosaik as director of product management, driving further innovations to meet the industry's needs today and in the future.

"As Mosaik Solutions continues to broaden the ways our customers evaluate their networks and communicate this information to their end users, it's critical for us to plug into the global business community and anticipate their future needs," said Greg Hull, vice president, sales and corporate development, Mosaik Solutions. "DeCurtis and Foster's passion for growing businesses and their ability to solve complex challenges will provide new and exciting avenues for us to achieve our goals."

Elizabeth Foster joins Mosaik with more than 12 years of experience in the wireless industry, most recently serving as vice president with TMNG Global, a management consulting and professional services group catering to the telecom, cable, technology and media industries. Before TMNG, she worked with Verizon alongside C-suite executives developing strategies in product development and marketing, business continuity planning and global alliances.

Eddie DeCurtis brings to Mosaik more than 15 years of deep technical experience in building new business markets and solving growth challenges for companies such as VeriSign and Interop Technologies. In addition to his strong history with C-level executives, he is also a respected board member of multiple international mobile industry organizations.

Todd Cotts has served in the wireless space for more than 13 years with stints at Kyocera Communications, Boost Mobile and Sprint Corporation. He is accomplished in a wide variety of roles including product management, development and marketing, with a strong focus on purchasing behavior, customer experiences, project management and business strategy.

"Cotts is equipped with years of wireless experience and product planning that will nurture and improve our current offerings. He will help us develop innovative solutions to better serve existing clients and attract markets not met before," says Chip Strange, vice president, products and technology, Mosaik Solutions.

With the largest mobile coverage database in the world, Mosaik helps companies improve customer growth with marketing solutions, customer-facing interactive coverage mapping services, and churn-reducing technical support tools. Additionally, Mosaik empowers better strategic and tactical decisions with data sets, analytical solutions, cloud-based geospatial applications and professional services.

About Mosaik Solutions
Mosaik Solutions builds world-class desktop and mobile applications backed by comprehensive telecom network intelligence. As an agile team of researchers, creatives and mapping experts, we empower better strategic and tactical decisions with accurate datasets, flexible software and responsive professional services. We also help our clients attract and retain more customers with tailored marketing solutions.

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