Enterprise-grade networking solutions provider, Access Networks, has begun 2021 with exciting changes, poised to further its growth in the industry. The year kicked off with Hagai Feiner stepping down after nearly 20 years, passing the CEO baton to Bryce Nordstrand. 

No stranger to the company, Nordstrand previously held the role of Chief Sales Officer. He is well-known and possesses a thorough understanding of the networking industry as well as the needs of integrators, the company said in a statement.

Bryce Nordstrand assumes the role of CEO of Access Networks

Feiner, who will transition to the new role of president while also maintaining his position on the executive board, says Nordstrand has made bold plans for the company’s future and shows strong leadership.

Hagai Feiner transitions to president while also serving on the Access Networks Executive Board.

While Nordstrand becomes familiar with his new role, Ben Jurow also has leveled up, with a promotion to Vice President of Sales. Jurow has held several sales leadership positions with Access Networks, where he has enhanced his knowledge of home networking to uniquely serve integrator partners.

Ben Jurow has been promoted to Vice President of Sales.

In this new role, Jurow will direct inside and outside sales teams, work with manufacturer representatives, support dealers and service programs, and also contribute to the development of new networking solutions. Additionally, he has joined Access Networks’ Executive Leadership Team.

The company also announced these shifts within its ranks: Alesia Hendley has been promoted to Sales Engineer; Ira Bruyere has been promoted to Director of Logistics; and Brandon Hubbard has been promoted to Director of Web Development. Also, Kelly Perkins has joined the marketing team as Digital Marketing Manager.