NetPlus, a leader in telecom and mobility management solutions, announced today Brian Stedman has joined the company as they expand their software products.  Brian comes to NetPlus with over twenty five years’ experience in Telecommunications and IT, as a Director, Product Manager, Service Delivery Engineer, and Cost Allocation Consultant.

Brian will join the NetPlus team as the new Sales Engineer, and play an integral role in driving new sales opportunities.  His prior experience with telecom expense management and carrier services will serve to help clients define requirements and develop solutions.

“I see great opportunity for NetPlus’ Telecom Software suite in the market place in helping clients reduce telecom cost, manage inventory, and improve processes.  I’m excited to join the team and help drive new sales,” said Brian.

“Brian’s background is ideal for this position, his experience touches all aspects of telecommunications management and we are extremely happy to have him join the team here.  His potential for helping clients increase their ROI with NetPlus will prove invaluable.  NetPlus’ Telecom suite has been a huge success for over 25 years with federal and commercial organizations, we see Brian only increasing that success in the future with his extensive knowledge of the industry,” said Matt Lewis, President of NetPlus.

Brian has a Black Belt in Six Sigma and led several strategic infrastructure projects to reduce millions of dollars.  Additionally, Brian has a MBA in Computer Information Systems from Pace University, NY and BA in Mathematics from New York University.  He is thought leader and speaker at a number of conferences including Gartner, Forrester, ITFMA, & Pink Elephant.

An industry leading suite of products, NetPlus solutions helps clients tackle their communications lifecycle management while providing invaluable visibility into their network.  NetPlus solutions enables businesses to take control of their mobile and telecom telecommunications environments by managing costs, security, processes, assets, network infrastructure, and more.