ATLANTA, GA – ETI Software Solutions is proud to announce the addition of Jeffrey Boozer as Director of Market Development, Utility and Municipal Broadband Sector. Jeff brings 30 years of knowledge and leadership to ETI, where he will focus on digital transformation outcomes for utility and municipal broadband providers.
“Jeff has deep experience in business operations for wireless, cable, broadband, utility, and smart city networks around the globe,” said Jeff Fraleigh, President of ETI Software. “He has played key roles bringing innovative solutions to service providers and will be a valuable asset to ETI and to our customers.”
Helping utilities and municipalities plan and deploy new software technologies is where Jeff’s passion lies. “Broadband is an essential service and a foundation of our economy as well as quality of life,” he said. “Joining ETI gives me an exciting opportunity to help providers not only serve their communities with next-gen broadband services, but to enable exceptional customer experiences, maintain efficient operations and grow their business.”
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