The personalised communications services company Plume has appointed three new executived to its leadership team.
Imam Abbasi has taken on the role of chief human resources officer, Shari Piré chief legal and sustainability officer and Kiran Edara chief development officer.
Commenting on the appointments, Fahri Diner, founder and CEO of Plume, said: “We are thrilled to welcome Iman, Shari, and Kiran to Plume.
“All three are incredibly talented individuals, exceptional leaders, and subject matter experts who will propel us to new heights”.
Abbasi most recently was chief human resources officer at Symbotic and Piré chief legal officer & global head of sustainability at Cognate BioServices, a cell and gene therapy CDMO.
Edara served as director of software development/GM connectivity services, EC2 Edge at Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Plume is the creator of the world’s first SaaS experience platform for Communications Service Providers (CSPs) and their subscribers, deployed in more than 41 million active locations globally.
Its investors include Insight Partners, SoftBank, Liberty Global Ventures, Qualcomm and Samsung.