The previously announced merger between Calero and MDSL has received government and regulatory approvals and the transaction has been completed. For now, we will be known as Calero-MDSL. This exciting news means we can execute on our joint vision to deliver innovative technology and service solutions to manage recurring technology spend that is unparalleled in our industry.
Charles Layne, previously chief executive officer of MDSL, has been named as the new company’s chief executive officer. Scott Gilbert, previously chief operating officer of Calero, will serve as the president and will immediately assume responsibility for the integration of the two companies. Additionally, we are excited to announce that Andrew Taylor, current executive vice president of sales for Calero, will become our chief revenue officer and Simon Mendoza, current chief technology officer for MDSL, will become our chief technology officer.
Now combined, Calero-MDSL will continue to provide best-in-class solutions, as well as outstanding growth opportunities for its highly talented employees. We will leverage our additional resources to accelerate significant investments in product development and customer service innovation, including exciting growth areas such as IoT, SaaS and Cloud.
As we begin our integration efforts in January, our number one priority is to ensure that our clients continue to receive the highest levels of service and without any interruption to their daily operations. Client satisfaction is extremely important to us– and it continues to serve as our guiding principle as we work seamlessly to integrate the two organizations.
All support procedures and service delivery contacts for client solutions remain unchanged. Additionally, the existing Calero-MDSL technology solutions and platforms our clients use will continue to be fully supported just as they are today.
For specific questions regarding the merger, please contact us at email@example.com.
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