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Access Networks Appoints Bryce Nordstrand as New CEO

Company founder Hagai Feiner will act as president and serve on executive board.  

After nearly two decades at the helm, Access Networks founder Hagai Feiner hands over the CEO reins to Bryce Nordstrand. Previously Access Networks chief sales officer, Nordstrand has become a well-known entity at the company and in the custom integration industry, delivering a high level of enthusiasm, an understanding of the networking industry, and a firm grasp of integrators’ needs.

Bryce Nordstrand

“Bryce has demonstrated ownership in everything he has done,” says Feiner. “He exhibited a unique ability to understand and service our clientele, while also bringing our team together and paving a path into a relevant future for Access Networks. Bryce has taken every challenge on our path to growth in stride, making bold plans for Access Networks’ future while showing strong leadership. With Bryce leading, we’ll continue growing and exploring new opportunities. I’m so proud of what he, and the company, have accomplished.”

As Bryce assumes the CEO role, Feiner will transition into his new role as president and retain his position on the executive board, continuing to guide and shape Access Networks’ future.

Other key internal promotions come alongside Nordstrand’s appointment, allowing Access Networks to harness the team’s knowledge and maintain its level of personal customer service while strengthening its core business operations and product development. Alesia Hendley has been promoted from associate sales engineer to sales engineer; Ira Bruyere has been promoted from logistics manager to director of logistics, and Brandon Hubbard has been promoted from senior web developer to director of web development.

Additionally, the marketing team gets a boost with the addition of Kelly Perkins as digital marketing manager. Hendley and Perkins bring a level of knowledge and experience from the commercial industry to help strengthen Access Networks’ presence in this market as the company gears up for a big commercial push later this year.

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