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Mumford crosses from Mulesoft to MessageMedia

Andrew Mumford, MessageMedia Group Andrew Mumford, MessageMedia Group

Global business mobile messaging provider MessageMedia Group has boosted its executive management team with the appointment of former Mulesoft sales executive Andrew Mumford.

Mumford, with 15 years’ experience in sales, marketing and consulting management, joins MessageMedia as chief sales officer.

He is responsible for leading MessageMedia’s global sales, channel and marketing operations and continuing and accelerating the company's global growth.

MessageMedia founder and board member Grant Rule, who has led the formation of the new executive leadership team over the past 12 months, says the continued expansion of the executive leadership team follows a period of rapid business development, supported by the escalating innovations in SMS and business messaging solutions.

Rule said Mumford’s appointment would accelerate the company’s global footprint and investment in next generation technology to drive rapid product and sales innovation.

“With over 15 years’ experience in the IT sector, Andrew Mumford is a leading business and technology-based sales executive, who will contribute significantly to MessageMedia Group’s expansion in the industry globally,” he said.

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