Steve Honig has been hired at TWD & Associates, Inc. to lead the sales effort to expand the company’s Unified Communications and Unified Communications as a Service business, according to a company press release circulated this week.
TWD, headquartered in Arlington, Va., is a communication and collaboration solutions provider for the public sector.
“TWD specializes in providing centralized and streamlined options for managing modern communications,” said Larry Besterman, president and chief executive officer of TWD. “Our UC and UCaaS solutions cut costs and improve performance by integrating voice, video, mobile, desktop and file sharing services into a single platform. With so much business growth in this area over the last year, we needed an experienced sales resource to help lead our efforts. We welcome Steve Honig to the team.”
Honig has more than 13 years of experience in audio-visual sales, design, project management and space planning for government and commercial clients, according to the company.
The TWD UC infrastructure eliminates redundant log-ins by combining multi-vendor applications into a single interface that is accessible on-site or through a cloud environment. As an alternative approach to UC, UCaaS provides organizations with a flat monthly subscription-based model in place of an on-site, customer-owned infrastructure. UCaaS offers the full suite of UC capabilities, while eliminating the need for a full assessment, making it a low cost alternative, according to the company.
Honig, who will head the UC expansion initiative, is a knowledgeable professional in the audio-visual field, serving in various business development, account management and sales consulting positions for Audio Video Systems, Inc., General Dynamics Information Technology, GTSI (now UNICOM Government, Inc.) and Avitecture, Inc, the company reported.
“I look forward to being able to draw on my consulting experience, sales background and knowledge of UC and UCaaS platforms to deliver tailored customization solutions for TWD’s customers, at the level of quality they have grown to expect,” said Honig.