SAN ANTONIO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Competitive Companies, Inc. (OTCQB:CCOP) today announced that Johnnie Leal has joined the company as its National Sales Director. Leal brings more than 20 years of global communications experience, including 13 years as a Senior National Account Manager for Sprint.
“We are very fortunate to have had the opportunity to attract the management caliber of Mr. Leal and take advantage of his vast experience in the telecommunications industry,” said William Gray, CEO of CCI. “He had an exemplary career at Sprint, and we’re confident he’ll replicate that at CCI.”
While at Sprint, Leal achieved a record-setting annual revenue increase of more than $11 million, increasing baseline annual revenue to $26.4 million in selected Sprint markets.
“I’m excited about the opportunity to leverage my years of experience in the telecom world to help CCI bring its cutting-edge network technology to the market,” said Leal. “The combination of the company’s proprietary technology and talented corporate team gives us a unique selling proposition.”
Leal will manage the company’s direct sales division, oversee all sales policies, objectives and sales initiatives for CCI. The company will build high-capacity wireless networks in 30 U.S. cities in 2014, through subsidiary Wytec International and sell commercial broadband to businesses through subsidiary, Capaciti Networks.
About Competitive Companies, Inc.
Competitive Companies, Inc., founded in 1998, is a Nevada-based corporation with offices in San Antonio, Texas and Eau Claire, Wisconsin. The Company focuses on acquiring and providing next generation wireless broadband technologies and mobile data applications through its subsidiaries Wytec International, Inc. and Capaciti Networks, Inc.
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