NEW YORK, April 16 /PRNewswire/ --
- New Executive Will Help Drive Company's Continued Aggressive Growth Strategy
Teliris, the leading provider of immersive telepresence and immersive collaboration solutions, today announced the appointment of Rick Glickman as Chief Financial Officer to strengthen and expand Teliris' executive management team as it continues the execution of its aggressive growth strategy.
Glickman will lead the company in financial and legal affairs and brings more than 25 years of experience in expanding high-growth companies, with significant expertise in revenue growth, budgeting/forecasting, tax and audit issues as well as international management.
We are pleased to welcome Rick to the Teliris executive management team, said Rodney Rogers, Teliris Executive Chairman. Rick brings a broad base of financial and legal experience to Teliris, as well as a stellar reputation within the financial community. I am confident that Rick will help drive our continued strong growth and expansion both in the US and internationally.
It is an exciting time to join Teliris as they continue to lead the way in introducing cutting-edge telepresence and collaboration technologies, said Glickman. I look forward to being a part of such an innovative and industry-leading team.
Glickman came to Teliris from EYP Mission Critical Facilities, where he served as Chief Financial Officer during a period of strong domestic and international growth that led EYP to an eventual sale to Hewlett Packard. Prior to joining EYP, Glickman was Chief Financial Officer for Thrupoint, an IT consulting firm for major financial institutions, service providers, and Fortune 500 companies, during which time the company experienced significant revenue growth and market expansion throughout the US and Europe.
Glickman began his career with KPMG in public accounting and subsequently joined J. Walter Thompson Company before joining DMR Consulting Group where he served as the Chief Financial Officer for the US. Glickman holds a Bachelor of Science from University of Delaware.
Teliris implements the world's most widely deployed fully managed telepresence solutions, realistically replicating the human dynamics of an in-person meeting. Teliris has deployments in over 30 countries with the largest installed base of Global 2000 companies, including Lazard, Pearson plc, GlaxoSmithKline, and Royal Bank of Scotland, XChanging and Merck, among others. Headquartered in New York and London, the company delivers the most immersive and natural virtual meeting experience with end-to-end integration and an unparalleled 99%+ availability guarantee. For further information regarding Teliris, visit www.teliris.com or email the company at email@example.com.