Jay Bellissimo, chief operating officer for Vonage, has been named a 2021 Wash100 Award winner, the first time he’s received the most coveted award in all of government contracting (GovCon), for his leadership and success driving company growth and advancing innovation in cloud communications and other key technologies.
With more than thirty years of experience in the technology sector, Bellissimo is recognized as a significant thought leader in business transformation as well as strategy and has a wealth of knowledge in the transformation of AI, cloud and other emerging technologies.
Vonage, a global leader in cloud communications helping businesses accelerate their digital transformation, announced in Jan. 2021 that Bellissimo had joined the company as its chief operating officer.
“Vonage is uniquely positioned to address the seismic shift businesses have experienced in their need for digital transformation and the ability to use technology to connect in new and groundbreaking ways,” Bellissimo said.
“There is a tremendous opportunity to leverage the robust Vonage portfolio with emerging cloud technologies and continued innovation to deliver the kind of customer experience that is changing the world,” he added. “This is an exciting time for the company. I am thrilled to join the team and to be a part of Vonage’s next era of growth.”
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Executive Mosaic would like to congratulate Vonage’s Jay Bellissimo for earning the Wash100 Award for the first time. His significant contributions to the federal sector through IBM and in the future with Vonage will only add to his importance in the GovCon and federal industries.