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Worldwide Supply Appoints Two Account Executives
Worldwide Supply Appoints Two Account Executives

 
August 19, 2013 5:53PM
Worldwide Supply Appoints Two Account Executives -- The rapidly-growing recognized leader in the secondary networking hardware marketplace brings two representatives to newly-created sales roles.
 



Worldwide Supply, the recognized leader in the secondary networking hardware and services marketplace, today announced the appointments of Tim Freet to Account Manager and Jason Lim to Inside Sales Account Executive.

Freet is a veteran of the telecommunications industry having spent 10 years at American Communication in a sales executive role. "As we further expand our presence into new business markets and continue our efforts to grow market share with current clients, Tim's deep knowledge of our space and solid industry relationships make him a critical addition to our team," says Jay VanOrden, CEO of Worldwide Supply.

Lim comes to Worldwide Supply from Verizon Wireless where he spent nearly 10 years in various, progressive sales and business development roles. "In Jason, we get a strong relationship manager to support our most senior sales members with their tier 1 customers", continues VanOrden.

Freet is based in Dallas, Texas and Lim is based in Orange County, California.

About Worldwide Supply

Worldwide Supply is a recognized leader in the secondary network hardware marketplace, providing and buying networking and telecommunication equipment to, and from, companies globally. Some companies sell used networking gear to Worldwide Supply. Others may be searching for items ranging from used Cisco routers to optics transceivers and beyond.
Headquartered in northern New Jersey, and with offices in California, Colorado, Massachusetts, New York, North Carolina, Texas and Mexico, Worldwide Supply provides a full line of certified pre-owned and new networking and telecommunication products from major manufacturers such as Cisco, Juniper, Arris, Dell, Calix, Extreme and Alcatel-Lucent.

Worldwide Supply backs the products it sells with an industry-leading lifetime warranty.
Worldwide Supply is TL 9000 and 9001:2008 certified. For more information, visit www.worldwidesupply.net.

For additional information on this topic, about Worldwide Supply or to schedule an interview with Worldwide Supply CEO, Jay VanOrden, please contact Veronique Deblois at 973-823-6412 or via email at pr@worldwidesupply.net.
 

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