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CHOICEVIEW IS A WINNER OF FAST PITCH MOBILECON 2013

ChoiceView from Radish Systems, the leader in customer service voice and data mobility solutions, is a winner at the first MobileCON Fast Pitch. Eighteen startups had three minutes each to pitch their enterprise solution to a judging panel representing wireless innovation and investors including Verizon, AT&T Foundry, Intel Capital, Qualcomm Ventures, Hummer Winblad Venture Partners, and T-Mobile, as well as an audience of 300 industry participants. The other winners included Apptentive and Digify. The MobileCON 2013 Fast Pitch event was hosted by CTIA – The Wireless Association®, in collaboration with Mobile Monday Silicon Valley, MoDev, Telecom Council of Silicon Valley, and Silicon Valley Forum, which competitively selected the 18 presenting start-ups from hundreds of mobile firms.

Telecom Council of Silicon Valley sponsored ChoiceView from Radish Systems as a MobileCON Fast Pitch presenter. “Our global carriers are always on the lookout for innovative enterprise solutions like ChoiceView from Radish Systems which wraps mobility, customer service, advertising, and enterprise support all together in a neatly packaged service,” said Liz Kerton, President of the Telecom Council of Silicon Valley.

Judges and the audience alike favored the ChoiceView solution for its innovative and simple over-the-top approach as well as the enthusiasm of the team. Heather Blanchard, Director, Wireless Internet Development at CTIA – The Wireless Association said “Congratulations Radish Systems on your win at MobileCON. I loved your energy!” Telecom industry veteran and audience member, Linda Stern stated, “Awesome presentation. Radish Systems has such an awesome solution, one I could be a passionate evangelist for, as it’s truly a game-changer.”

See the full media release at https://www.radishsystems.com/media-center/media-releases/

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Theresa Szczurek

Theresa Szczurek oversees all business operations. As co-founder, Chief Operating Officer, and Chief Planning Officer of RCS, Szczurek was key in transforming the start-up into a thriving firm that sold for over $40 million.

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