Qualfon Adds Chris Wagner As Vice President of Business Development to Capitalize On Company’s Growth

December 14, 2012

Wagner exceptional fit for Qualfon’s strategic expansion

Boston, MA – December 14, 2012  – Qualfon, a leading business process outsourcing (BPO) and call center service provider, today announced the appointment of Chris Wagner as Vice President of Business Development

Chris Wagner brings over fifteen years of experience in Business Development and Sales. He has spent this time in key roles developing sales and partnerships with several Fortune 1000 companies.

“Qualfon has a strong track record of customer care growth and operational leadership.  Chris’s reputation for professionalism and sales execution made him an exceptional fit for what is an important strategic expansion for our company.  He brings a wealth of BPO expertise to his new position including his abilities to form deep client relationships, build strong differentiated solutions and align client strategies with operational goals, said Robert Dechant , Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, Qualfon. “He is an innovative and entrepreneurial strategist whose unique diversity of experience will bring significant value to our clients.”

Wagner has held key positions with well-known firms including Convergys, Packard-Bell NEC, Alorica,  InfoCision, and ACCENT Marketing. He also owned his own company, where he built and sold one of the world’s first SAAS CRM solutions.  He has built strategic partnerships and new channels of distribution sound market leader with over $80 million in highly profitable sales.  He graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English Literature and an MBA specializing in Organizational Development with an emphasis in BPO strategies.

“I am honored to be joining Qualfon. I’ve been in the industry a long time and when I decided to make a change I wanted to be with the company that offered the best services for my clients. Qualfon is a customer focused, values centered company with a track record of operational leadership,” said Wagner.