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Razorsight Brings in Frank Culkin to Lead Client Services

Razorsight Corporation has hired Frank Culkin to the position of vice president, client services.

According to the firm, Culkin will lead the daily servicing and management of Razorsight’s large and diverse customer base. He will play a key role in understanding customer needs and translating those into future product enhancements. Mr. Culkin’s considerable experience and expertise will also accelerate Razorsight’s leadership in supporting communications providers in their deployment of Next Generation Network (NGN) services to include broadband, 4G, WiMax, content and social media services.

“Frank is an exceptional talent and addition to our team, ” said Charlie Thomas, CEO of Razorsight. “He’s a well-respected expert in Cost and Revenue Management and a tremendous client advocate.”

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