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[January 24, 2013]
iTalk appoints new CFO
Jan 24, 2013 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) -- iTalk, Inc., a developer of products in the communications market, has appointed Richard Dea as its new CFO, treasurer and director.
Mr Dea, brings over 25 years of financial accounting, systems and regulatory experience working directly with telecom organizations. From April 1990 to the present, he has served as president of SAE Group of Delray Beach, Florida, a former Division of Inzon Corporation, a company that develops application software for satellite and terrestrial video broadcast operations and accounting.
During the last 15 years, Mr Dea has also consulted in the areas rate structures, billing and financial reporting for domestic and foreign telecom companies including AT&T, British Telecom, France Telecom, HTN Communications, PamAmSat, and Retevision. He has also led the design and development efforts for implementation of US Communications Taxation Policies and related Billing System Enhancements for the North American subsidiaries of British Telecom (BT) and France Telecom, the company said.
Mr Dea began his career with Price Waterhouse where he served on the audit and management advisory services staffs as well as litigation consulting services. He was a Senior Manager-in-charge in the Management Consulting Division of Price Waterhouse.
"We are extremely pleased that Richard has joined the iTalk team. His experience in the high-growth communications technology industry with leading companies will be invaluable as we prepare for launching iTalk's innovative new products. He will be instrumental in establishing strategic partnerships and guiding rapid growth associated with such an endeavor," said David Levy, CEO of iTalk, Inc. "As we continue our ambitious growth trajectory, a CFO with both a strong financial and technical background are vital to making our vision for the business a reality."
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