Robert Murrie Joins Company as Chief Financial Officer
ATLANTA, GA – January 4, 2010 – Enhanced Telecommunications, Inc. (dba ETI Software Solutions) today announced that Robert Murrie has joined ETI as Chief Financial Officer. In this role, Mr. Murrie will be responsible for the company’s merger and acquisition activities as well as overall finances as ETI continues to capitalize on
both domestic and international growth opportunities.
Mr. Murrie brings a wealth of financial and operational leadership to the mission ahead, having held numerous positions of increasing responsibility over the past three decades. “I am delighted to join the company at such an exciting time and I look forward to playing a key role in the company’s strategic growth,” said Murrie. “The global telecommunications business is enjoying a recovery, and ETI is well positioned to capitalize on many opportunities. It has recently expanded its sales force into Europe and Latin America and domestic revenues continue to be buoyant.”
Prior to joining the company, Mr. Murrie was a partner at Special Properties Inc., where he not only redefined its organizational structure, but also significantly expanded its residential agent base. He also succeeded in returning the company to profitability.
Prior to his tenure at Special Properties Inc., Mr. Murrie was Chief Executive Officer at Healthcare.com, a Georgia-based company. Under his leadership, the company’s revenues grew from $10 million to $75 million annually. He also was responsible for establishing the company’s new objectives, creating partnerships with industry leaders as well as expanding the company’s sales channels.
“Robert brings exceptional skills to our team and his experience and insight will provide key contributions to our rapidly growing business,” said Pete Pifer, Chief Executive Officer, ETI Software Inc. “This appointment reflects the next step in ETI’s strategy to grow its business via merger and acquisitions as well as organically. His three decades of experience will prove to be invaluable.”